Why so many software projects may fail nowadays despite advanced tools and methodologies?
In this course, we will look into ways to improve the intrinsic quality of your project codes and development methodologies.
We will discuss how to raise the awareness of code quality, from improving developers’ morale, development team transformation, to recruitment best practice.
- Introduction to code quality
- Bad smells in code
- What and how to produce high quality code
- Management of high quality code
- Examples of code quality software tool
**Several tools and techniques that can help you to improve code quality, such as unit testing, static code analysis, continuous integration, will be explained.
At the end of the course, participants will know the tricks to improve code quality, and be able to answer what the “bad smell” of codes is. Participants will experience the right attitude to be a pragmatic and professional programmers.
Last and not least, participants will see how to apply the right development methodologies and leverage software tools for code quality control in development teams.
Simon MOK is an IT professional trainer for over 10 years covering IoT, data analytics, AI and machine learning and programing. He has rich experience in leading development team to deliver software solutions for clients. He is a M.Phil from the University of Hong Kong and MSc in Computer Science from the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
21-22 Jan 2021
09:30 – 17:00
Total 12 training hours
Cantonese, supplemented with English terminology
Course Fee – Approved RTTP
HK$1,600* (Original price: HK$4,800)
* Maximum saving, with the final grant subjects to approval.
This course is an approved Reindustrialisation and Technology Training Programme (RTTP) with up to 2/3 course fee reimbursement upon successful applications. For details: https://rttp.vtc.edu.hk.
Award of Certificate of Attendance
Full Attendance will be awarded a Certificate of Attendance issued by the Hong Kong Productivity Council.
At least 3 years of programming experience