Practice refactoring legacy code with hangman
Leonora Der Oct 17
Have you ever been to a code retreat?
No? Go and attend one!
Yes? Nice! :) I have been to several events and I loved the legacy code retreat the most. On that event, we worked on the trivia game and I wanted to find a similar repository.
A few months ago I asked if you know some pieces of code one can practice refactoring on. Thanks again for all your answers! :)
I checked those and finally, I decided to make another one.
The original codebase came from yegor256 and I added some new "features" to it. And I admit that I loved adding spaghetti code on purpose... :P Somehow it was a challenge to make the code worse! :P Have you ever felt that? :P
I guess it is a nice project for Hacktoberfest as well... :)
You can find the repository here: floppylab/clean-code
I am planning to add new games, topics to this codebase, so ideas and links to old codebases are appreciated, too! :)
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