Matthias Noback has 14 years of experience in web application development. He is the author of
A Year With Symfony and
Principles of Package Design. Currently he is CTO at Ibuildings, a web development company in the Netherlands, packed with smart people. While always striving for better programming practices he's taken a special interest in application architecture, DDD and application integration.
A mini-workshop on maintaining a Living documentation for your software projects. The workshop is based on the book Living documentation by Cyrille Martraire.
Of course, you should read all you can about SOLID, Design patterns, Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture, etc. Once you have a basic understanding of these topics you still have to write that code though, and write it well too! What is good code? Are there some guidelines, or rules of thumb, which you can follow while making your everyday coding decisions?
In this talk I'll cover many of these coding guidelines, which aren't usually covered by patterns or principles books. They should help you write better code and give you a richer vocabulary for reviewing other people's code. Some of the subjects that we'll discuss are: state, mutability, CQS, one-method objects, domain-first, API-driven, functional programming influences, object boundaries, (de)serialization, and many more!
Room: Gallia - Time: 5/13/2016 11:45:00 AM