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Overviewpage idea

Alex Dings 2 years ago updated 2 years ago 2

Dear,

First of all, a great course, it really helped me clear things up.

I find that, while specific programming issues are easy to find around the web, these refactoring questions are hard to find proper answers to.

Having done the course I find myself going back into it to check what I should do and this poses an issue. There's a lack of a general overview page (once you have done the course). My suggestion would be to generate a PDF or overview page with the "Reasons for the Problem" and the "Recipes". That would be of great help, allowing easy searching.

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Hi Alex!

Thanks for your feedback. That's a good idea, I'll consider implementing it in the second edition of the course. For now, the closest thing to what you describe is the cheatsheets that you can download from the home page.

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Hi Alex!

Thanks for your feedback. That's a good idea, I'll consider implementing it in the second edition of the course. For now, the closest thing to what you describe is the cheatsheets that you can download from the home page.

Hi Alexander,

Awesome to hear! Looking forward to it. 
I did find the cheat sheet, but I find that a lot harder to use for quick "keyword" searching. The reason I proposed the idea because I do actually come back to the course a lot to check on the best methods.