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Course level: Intermediate

Learning clean code is one of the best career investments you can make. By spending one hour to learn the fundamentals, you get to reap the benefits across all your future code bases. It's 10x the payoff for the effort.

You'll learn

Intro to Linters

Clean Variables

Clean Properties

How to avoid magic numbers

Clean Functions

Limit paramenters

Naming & Standardization

Encapsulating Conditionals

Minimizing comments with Refactoring

Minimizing comments with Git

Avoiding visual markers

Good Comments

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Why this course rocks

In this course, professional developer and coding Youtuber Dylan Israel takes you through some top tips to help you polish your code, making it more professional, easier to read and understand, and less prone to bugs.

In just one hour, you’ll cover how to improve your variables, functions, comments, and more! By the end, you’ll have the knowledge to improve your existing and future projects and ensure that your code is as searchable, readable and understandable as possible.

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Why should I learn Clean Code?

Employers value the skill of writing clean code. Not only that, clean code practices will make it easier for you and your colleagues to understand your code in the future.

Who is this course for?

This course will benefit a wide range of coders, including aspiring software engineers, juniors, seniors, and Quality Assurance Testers. It will also be helpful to those looking to better understand JavaScript.