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How Refactoring Helps Bulletproof your App - Scott Klement & Yvonne Enselman
Wednesday, January 17, 2024, 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM PST
Category: Events

 Wednesday, January 17, 2024 OCEAN Meeting 

12:00 pm - 1:00 pm PT - Free Online Webinar
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IBM i Experts Yvonne Enselman and Scott Klement
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How Refactoring Helps Bulletproof Your Application

IBM i programmers want (and need!) to write better and more robust software.  But many don’t know all of the principles needed to make their software fully robust.  Do you (or does your manager) doubt the value of refactoring your code into a modular design? This session goes in-depth about how you save time and create higher quality programs by refactoring into small, independent routines.

We will discuss how this improves your ability to test and maintain your application over time, saving you tons of time in the long run.

 This session is co-presented by expert developer, Scott Klement, and expert tester, Yvonne Enselman to help you see it from both perspectives.

Objectives:

1. Understand why refactoring is critical to creating robust (“bulletproof”) applications.
2. Understand other concepts needed to create robust applications
3. Learn testing principles needed to ensure your applications are robust

 

 Yvonne Enselman is a Principal QA Architect at One Main Financial and is an expert at software testing, quality assurance and project management in the IBM i industry with more than 25 years of experience in the field.  She is a well-known speaker at IBM I events all over the world, and holds a Gold Medal in COMMON’s Speaker Excellence Hall of Fame. She is a firm believer in the IBM i community, and has previously served on the Board of Directors of OMNI and COMMON, in addition to many other volunteer positions. She lives in Chicago, IL with her family.

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Scott Klement is a Development & Solutions Architect at Midrange Dynamics and is a well known author and speaker in the IBM i community who has published more than 1000 articles and has been given many awards and accolades. Software that he has released in articles and open source applications are used by more than 80% of the RPG shops worldwide.  He has been awarded the Innovation Award, Al Barsa Scholarship, John T Earl scholarship, medals from the American Society of Business Publication Editors, and is part of the Speaker Excellence Hall of Fame of both COMMON (North America) and COMMON Europe.  Scott currently serves as a Director at COMMON, and is an IBM Champion for Power Systems.  He lives in Milwaukee, WI with his family. 


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