Meet up

LSCC Talks / April 2016

Wednesday, 20th April at CodeNode, London

This meetup was organised by London Software Craftsmanship Community in April 2016


Metrics Driven Development

In this talk Sam Elamin will relate his real life experience working on a distributed system dealing with £100,000 worth of transactions every hour. Sam will cover monitoring and how to develop your features based on how your customers use your platform and, most importantly, business metrics.

Sam will cover how to implement metrics in your application and setting up dashboards to gaining visibility into what is happening in your production system right now. We'll also go through some helpful techniques to help you convince your domain experts that gaining this insight is invaluable to keeping your competitive advantage.

As an extra treat come and see how JUSTEAT time travels in production, using open source software that can be set up in a matter of days!

Sam Elamin

Sam Elamin is a Big Data Engineer as well as an Apache Spark evangelist. Sam is interested in Big Data, Metrics Driven Development, and is currently exploring Real Time Analytics,as as well as streaming tools and frameworks like Apache Spark, Kinesis, Kafka and Google Big Query.

Slicing: Features vs Layers

Jorge Gueorguiev Garcia

Although he started early (with QuickBasic and Turbo Pascal), took him a while to center into the developer way of living. Nonetheless, he has more than 10 years experience as software developer at different levels. His main experience is around C# and .Net, but has a keen interest in other languages, especially around functional programming. In his experience two maxims have been revealed, Simple is Beautiful and Make Everyone's Life Easy. Because of them, his personal goal is to improve the experience of fellow developers (which always translates to happy customers)

Essential technical skills

Mani Sarkar

Mani Sarkar is a passionate Java/JVM developer currently living and working in London, UK. He is advocate and evangelist to many projects (mainly F/OSS). He is also a strong supporter of software craftsmanship principles like BDD and TDD, and is a practitioner of techniques such as pair-programming and code reviews. Enjoys refactoring, writing tests and helping others revive their legacy code-base, using various tools and home-grown methods. He is an active member of a number of developer communities, and shares his passion for open source technologies by blogging and presenting at conferences and hands-on workshops in the UK and other parts of Europe.

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