In support of the professionalization and growth that the software development industry is experiencing, Eric Delahaye, technical manager at Hexacta will be giving a theoretical/practical talk at The Open Interamerican University, Buenos Aires. It will focus on good-practice coding with regards to legibility, smells and refactors: ‘Clean Code and good-practice coding”.
As part of the agreement for scientific/technological cooperation between the university’s IT department and Microsoft Users Group (MUG), Delahaye was asked to contribute to the student’s education which subsequently established Hexacta’s relationship with the university. The conference is free and spaces are limited to UAI students who will be invited to participate in the joint construction of a clean algorithm by making the relevant changes to the code.
The conference will be held on the 5th of November from 7 to 9 pm. The team at Hexacta will continue to contribute to the education of future industry professionals as it has done from the beginning, promoting youth participation in the labor market.Go Back