If you have been following this site, you will know that we are currently developing a video course on building robust python applications using pytest to do test driven development.
We recently completed a small video demonstrating how to clean up an ugly set of if-else conditionals by refactoring it to use polymorphism instead. All the while we use pytest as a safety net to catch errors.
In this seven minute video you will see
- What to do when you have the same if-else checks all over the code, but you can't take it into a separate function because the logic inside the conditionals are different.
- How to identify when you make a mistake during the clean up and fix it within seconds
- How to make a design change step by step
- The parallel change technique being applied
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