[Event] Devoxx France

Hi all,

We are thrilled to be Platinum sponsors at Devoxx France next week! If you’re in Paris, make sure to stop by our booth E07 to meet the Sonar Team and grab some goodies!

Also make sure you attend our talk given by Gabriel Vivas, our PM, and Nolwenn Cadic, our Developer on ‘Porter le Flambeau du Clean Code à l’ère du GenAI’ on Thursday, April 18th at 1:30pm.

Leave us a comment if you’ll be there!

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Here are the links, books, and other references from the talk.

Google Trends for “clean code”

Book “Clean Code: A Handbook of Agile Software Craftsmanship”
Robert C. Martin. 2008. Pearson, 464 pages. ISBN-9780132350884

Book “Smalltalk Best Practices” by Kent Beck, 1996. 240 pages. ISBN-013476904X
Book “eXtreme Programming Explained” by Kent Beck, 1999 and 2004. 190 pages. ISBN-0201616416
Book “Refactoring” by Martin Fowler, 1999 and 2018. 432 pages. ISBN-0201485672
Book “Test-Driven Development” by Kent Beck, 2002. 240 pages. ISBN-9780321146533
Book “Implementation Patterns” by Kent Beck, 2006. 176 pages. ISBN-0321413091

Paper “Bulk core in a 360/67 time-sharing system” by Hugh C. Lauer, 1967

Paper “Lecture series on nonlinear least squares” by George D. Byrne, 1973

Paper “Go To Statement Considered Harmful” by E.W. Dijkstra, 1968
Communications of the ACM Volume 11, Number 3. March 1968

Paper “On the criteria to be used in decomposing systems into modules” by D. L. Parnas. 1971

Book “Structured Design” by Larry Constantine & Ed Yourdon
IBM System Journal, Volume 13, Number 2. 1974

Paper “Programming Style: Examples and Counterexamples” By Brian W. Kernighan and P. J. Plauger, 1974

Book “The Elements of Programming Style” by Brian W. Kernighan and P. J. Plauger, 1974 McGraw-Hill, Inc.

Book “Tidy first?” by Kent Beck
O’Reilly, 2023. 99 pages, ISBN-10 1098151240

Blog post “What is Clean Code?”

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