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March 28, 2011

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NotMyself

I think I would gladly give my left testicle to attend this class. Sadly, that was not one of the pricing options. 8) If the class is successful hope you bring it to Seattle.

Josh Yeager

I can't make it to the class, but I will buy this book as soon as you release it. WELC has been very helpful for me and my team, and your new topic sounds like it will help us even more.

DSS

Damnit. I'm consulting in Chicago through 4/1, then I fly out to Boston for 2 weeks on a different gig.

I'm not ready to forever sacrifice my potential to father more children (hat-tip NotMyself), but I'm a huge fan of WELC, and I'll be first in line to buy BR. Love the title, BTW.

Bob Lauer

... looking forward to this book. WELC already had some really useful recommendations that I could put to some use in my daily work.

Colin_jack

Great news on the book.

Paul Nagy

Wow, this is great news. Go Mike!!! :) - I can hardly wait to read it on hard copy.

Account Deleted

Please don't forget to add at least one chapter for procedure language, e.g. C, as in the Legacy Code book. Thanks!

HamletDRC

Is there any way for "us users" to help contribute via early-access reviews? I'd love to have early access to the material and would gladly do whatever work needed to make it worth your while.
Thanks, Hamlet.

pablo

How are you going to merge all this refactored code back??

Hajime Morita

So excited news! I cannot wait!!
I also want hear from you about cultural/organizational implication to good design.

Khurram

I am huge fan of Working Effectively with Legacy Code. I am in London, cannot make it. Do you need someone to review the book or exmaples volunteerly? I will be very happy to do that.

Ozzymcduff

I'm really excited about this book! :)
What kind of languages will you write about?

Uri


Hi

Result of your article: Refactoring Deeply Nested Code,

I'm interested in automatic tool that could convert a nested code such kind of:

(C / C++)

if (q1 && q2 || ....)
{
do_1();
if (q3 ...)
{
do_3();
if (q4 ...)
{
do_4();
...
}
else
{
do_e4();
...
}
else
{
do_e3();
...
}
}

To the type of linear code:

if (q1 && q2 || ....)
do_1();

if ((q1 && q2 || ....) && q3)
do_3();

if ((q1 && q2 || ....) && q3 && q4)
do_4();

if ((q1 && q2 || ....) && q3 && !q4)
do_e4();

if ((q1 && q2 || ....) && !q3)
do_e3();

Do you know of such a tool?

Thank you
Uri.

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