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21st Century Software Testing
Featuring David MacIver
In order to fix bugs you need to find them. In order to find bugs in software, you need to test it. Hypothesis is a modern software testing library that is here to help you out. You focus on the behaviour you want to test and let Hypothesis probe the boundary conditions of your software,...hypothesis java python testing lscc software-craftsmanship
15 Years of Standing Up for Software Development
Featuring Steve Hayes
Many software development teams have regular stand up meetings, but not all teams have good stand up experiences. This talk will briefly cover what a stand up meeting is, common things that go wrong, and changes you can make to improve your use of stand ups. If you're unhappy with your stand...software-development software-craftsmanship lscc
The Programmer's Role in a Teal Organisation
Featuring Alvaro Garcia
The talk will be about the Teal Organisation (a small example, a few characteristics), then explaining how the modern programmer can fit in this kind of organisation and how the fluid roles will affect daily activities.Teal agile software-craftsmanship lscc
Product vs Craft
Featuring Juan Delgado
This is a talk about how shifting the focus from craft to product has affected ustwo. Their delivery teams are required everyday to make trade offs between what would the "best" technical solution and what's right for the product they are delivering.
Ultimately, they get paid to...lscc software-craftsmanship
Refactoring Developer Habits: birth of the #TDD #manifesto
Featuring Pedro Santos and Mani Sarkar
We are all creatures of habit and our actions are largely influenced by them.
Good habits can drive us closer to success, when writing code or learning a subject or any other activity, they help us remember it and make any process second nature to us.
Helping change our habits as developers is a...test-driven-development tdd-manifesto tdd software-craftsmanship lscc refactoring
Developing code with inherent defence against cyber attacks
Featuring Andrew Cheeseman
There are three main domains for Security. AppSec, InfoSec and IOTSec. This talk will focus on building effective and secure application code, both new and refactoring legacy code. The talk will also touch on IOTSec and the mixing of IT with proprietary systems.iot-security IoT app-security cyber-security security
Slicing: Features vs Layers
Featuring Jorge Gueorguiev Garcia
After listening to a NDC talk about feature-based architecture I become interested on the idea. On this presentation will show the structure of a layered architecture, and how it works regarding the process of information and some drawbacks of the implementation. To contrast, will present a...software-architect
Metrics Driven Development
Featuring Sam Elamin
Moving to a distributed system will solve all your problems and you will be in developer heaven. Right? Not exactly, having hundreds of services doing different things means it's increasingly difficult knowing where exactly production issues are hiding.software-craftsmanship lscc