Excellians Kevin Groat, Doguhan Uluca, Sam Blissard, Brendan Sawyer, Alex Hoffman, and Cameron Ivey, among others, created the initial English version. Since that time, community members have submitted bug fixes to improve it and added translations for Portuguese and Russian.
The goal of this workshopper is to help developers learn how to create a resilient codebase using best practices. The workshopper guides developers through exercises that make incremental improvements to a “bad” codebase. The exercises help developers learn how to keep code maintainable and avoid poor coding practices.
Developers begin by making changes to a vending machine app, primarily using a file called vendingMachine.js. In the next few exercises, developers break down the vending machine into a program that functions the same but is easier to maintain, test, and update.
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