31 Days of Refactoring Series complete!

Well, we have come to the end of the series. I hope everyone has found some value in the series. Some examples were extremely contrived and maybe not all that useful but hopefully someone can use them at some point.

As an added bonus at the end of the series I have committed all of the sample code used in the last 31 days into github. You can find all of the sample code available for download here: http://github.com/schambers/days-of-refactoring/tree/master

After also speaking with fellow LosTechies, I am now going to work towards turning this series into an eBook available for download after making some tweaks to examples with your input that you made along the way.

For reference here is the original introductory post with a listing of all 31 posts:

http://www.lostechies.com/blogs/sean_chambers/archive/2009/07/31/31-days-of-refactoring.aspx

I hope everyone enjoyed! Till next time. :D

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About Sean Chambers

I am a Senior software developer from Palm Coast, Florida. An advocate of Domain Driven Design, Behavior Driven Development, creator of FluentMigrator and community activist. I am married to my beautiful wife Erin and am the proud father of two wonderful children. I currently reside at ACI, a local insurance industry/mortgage software company that excels in creating solutions using Agile methodologies.
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  • http://jason.lostechies.com Jason Meridth

    Awesome job Sean. Look forward to be able to send out the link on the e-book.

  • http://www.twitter.com/tungano Tungano

    Thanks for this serie, I read them all. Quick to read and to the point, very nice!

  • http://sergiopereira.com/blog Sergio Pereira

    That was some good stuff, Sean. Thanks.

  • Blair

    CAn we have a PDF Version???

  • Udit Handa

    Thanks for the lovely post.

  • Tom Besser

    Excellent and insightful posts! Thanks!