How about decluttering to allow room for innovation in your software development? Check out this talk by Ioana Vasilescu to find out more!
Minimalism isn't about restrictions, it's about freedom and head space. Decluttering and removing unnecessary expenses means we can focus more on what's important, live higher quality lives and value experiences over material possessions. What if we could apply these principles in our programming lives to improve the quality of our code, our tools and allow room for innovation? In this talk, we will explore how to get the best out of code by extrapolating the minimalist philosophy.
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Minimalism in Software Development
Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer with more than 5 years experience in the industry. .NET aficionada experimenting with the cloud and other technologies. Can be found coding for Spotlight.