Tutorial Registration: Best Practices in Software Development
|Date:||Thursday, June 27, 2013, 01:00 pm - 03:00 pm|
Every experienced developer has a preferred method and toolchain for writing code. This tutorial will help users choose the right tools and improve habits for a better experience with custom and third-party source codes. We begin with a look at build systems (e.g., Make, CMake) and version control (e.g., SVN, Git) for project management. Through examples we will demonstrate: a) generating code documentation for the web, b) unit testing, c) debugging, and d) profiling and optimization. This tutorial pulls examples from multiple languages (C/C++, FORTRAN, Java and Python) to demonstrate that best practices are language agnostic.
Prerequisites: Experience with at least one programming language and the Unix shell environment.
|Prerequisites:||See prerequisites in description above.|
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