Pragmatic Ways is offering a free service to students who want to become better software engineers by refactoring the code in your homework submissions.
Your professor usually only grades your assignments. Rarely do professors take the time to individually critique each and every one of their students’ coding assignments. While your code may have produced the correct answer, how do you know if it’s actually any good?
Could it be improved? Could it be easier to read? Is it production-ready code that you’d see in the real world on enterprise-level systems?
That’s where the Pragmatic Ways “Refactor My Homework” service comes in! You can get FREE advice on how to refactor your homework to make your code easier to read, easier to understand, and easier to maintain! All in all, it’s going to make you become a better Software Engineer and help you write quality code that will help you land a Software Engineering job!
How it works?
- Push your homework assignment to GitHub so we can know where to see it
- Don’t forget to add the homework requirements somewhere in your repository (preferably in the README.md)
- Fill out the form below, making sure you include your name, email, and the link to your GitHub repo
- Within a few days I’ll send you an email with a link to a YouTube video tutorial on how I’d refactor your homework (if you don’t receive your email please check your junk mail or add email@example.com to your “Safe Senders” list)
(Note: we only accept COMPLETED homework assignments. We will not finish the assignment for you. If you need help with an assignment, you can find a ton of help from other software engineers in our Facebook Group, The Software Engineering Mastermind Group)