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Reactive Manifesto - what's this and when/why should I care?
Featuring Marek Tuchalski
I'll explain the Reactive Manifesto from a perspective of a practitioner. Starting from "when to adopt it" to how to understand its four points. Through this lens I want to change the way you look at web applications.
Separation of concerns as a primary principle for microservices architecture.
Featuring Artur Bańkowski
Microservices become more and more popular nowadays, thus the design practices evolve rapidly. Separation of concerns underlies majority of leading architecture principles for microservices. In this talk I will go through three systems I’v been building in microservices pattern. Using those as a...
Coaching technical practices
Featuring Pedro Santos
In the past 18 months Pedro has been working with customers in a role that was unknown to him, at least at the level of being accepted as a role in companies. The role is Software Craftsmanship Coach. His job is to help improve the level of customer development teams in practices associated with...
Extreme Readable Acceptance Tests
Featuring Alex Fernandez
Description: Following Paul’s and Alex’s LSCC #14 talks about ATDD and readability, I would like to share my view of common problems of ATDD application in large projects and how can be minimized using tools that push your code readability to the limit.atdd
Starting from clean slate at EncycloKidia
Featuring Zahir Koradia
Zahir Koradia started as the CTO and the sole tech employee at EncycloKidia in January 2015. He had the rare opportunity to build a web app from scratch. In this talk he will share his experience of and approach to chosing technologies to build out EncycloKidia's web app. The talk will...
"Can we submit yet?"
Featuring Paul Stringer
In a world of sophisticated and complex mobile Apps, business fortunes are increasingly dependant on App software. How do we get Apps right early, and keep them working as intended?
Acceptance Testing is an essential part of the software development process but often misunderstood. By revisiting...