Me and my little brothers 'else', 'elseif' and my bigger sister 'switch' are most likely all over your codebase. Often we make your code harder to read or even difficult to understand. And don't get me started on testing, we cause this thing called Cyclomatic Complexity, and I've been told that's bad. Sebastian will show you that me and my siblings are similar but not equally bad even on a op-code level. He will show you some elegant and effective ways to get rid of us and make your code more comprehensible and easier to test. You want to understand the complexity metric, how it affects you and supports you to write more readable and maintainable code? Don't miss this talk.

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Borko Kucin at 17:47 on 25 May 2019

Excellent, easy to understand and right on point.

Nice examples and great logic

Good intro talk about refactoring code. Very practical. Could be improved with references to theory (short ones). Well presented.

Miša Ković at 12:33 on 26 May 2019

Excellent talk, my favourite one. The speaker masterfully keeps the crowd interested by throwing in a pun or a joke every now and then. He explains his points clearly and illustrates everything with code snippets and screenshots. Great job, Sebastian!

Milan Urukalo at 22:16 on 26 May 2019

Very helpful and presented on funny way with jokes on every slide