The first version of everything we write is crap.
Yet, we usually keep that version of code, and we get stuck with it for a long while.
It doesn’t have to be like that.
Programming is not just “writing code”. It’s a world of techniques like refactoring, design, testing, build, integration and branch planning and yes, coding, to make sure we don’t just have the right solution, but that we can maintain it, and add new features easily.
My training and workshops are focused on teaching those techniques. It’s not just theory, but actual hands-on experience. And it’s not just “general how-to” examples – we perform exercises on your code.
After the training, I coach the team how to apply these techniques on your code in their day-to-day work.
Code is too serious to “just code”. Do you want a professional programming team?