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How To (Semi-)Automate JavaScript Refactoring

Pure Code and JavaScript Golden Gate 6-8
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Refactoring bad code can be tedious, repetitive work. But tedious, repetitive work is for computers to do! Find out how you can build a happy little refactoring droid which can do (at least some of) the boring parts of your job for you.

This talk will cover principles of automated refactoring, including tactics and low-hanging fruit; automated refactoring projects I’ve done for consulting clients; silly but effective hacks which misuse JSLint for fun and profit; automated refactoring and similarity-detection systems I’ve built in JavaScript and Ruby; and new parsing libraries using Node.js which make the process much easier.

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Giles Bowkett is wise beyond his noggin.

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