[yapc] Refactoring Perl code

YAPC::NA Director admin at yapcna.org
Thu Mar 29 01:00:03 PDT 2012

Gabor Szabo will be giving a talk at YAPC::NA_2012 described as:
     Code refactoring is “disciplined technique for restructuring an
     existing body of code, altering its internal structure without
     changing its external behavior”. It is needed to ensure your code
     remains readable while growing in size and scope.
     It is needed if you have some old code base that needs improvement
     and after every period of intense development when you “did not
     have the time to properly design your code”.
     There are several patterns in refactoring, some of them you might
     already practice without knowing the name.
     The most obvious is when you use a variable $x and suddenly you
     realize it could have a more descriptive name.
     If you change all the occurances of $x to this better name, without
     changing anything else in the code, that’s already refactoring.
     We will see several patterns for refactoring Perl code. We see
     examples doing them manually and we’ll try to automate them as
[From the YAPC::NA_Blog.]
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