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Andrew Smith

Andrew Smith
Software Developer, Envy Labs

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Andrew Smith is a native Floridian software developer. Recently graduated from Full Sail University and currently working with the fine folks at Envy Labs. Always the fan of everything web, he practices disciplines ranging from interface design to the server-side programming.

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Tutorial
Location: Ballroom III
Gregg Pollack (Envy Labs), Andrew Smith (Envy Labs), Thomas Meeks (Envy Labs), Dray Lacy (Envy Labs), Christopher Green (Envy Labs), Mark Kendall (Envy Labs)
Average rating: ****.
(4.46, 63 ratings)
Although Rails contains many web framework best practices, there are still plenty of ways to create horrible code. Fortunately, as the community has matured many new techniques have been discovered which can help keep Rails apps maintainable. In this 5 part lab we will walk through the most common of these best practices and get some hands on experience refactoring Rails. Read more.