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There are many design principles and heuristics in software development. We know how to structure our code well even if we don’t do it all of the time.
What we seem to be missing is a deep sense of how the way that we work and the way that we organize ourselves resonate with our systems’ structure, lifetime and maintainability.
In this keynote, Michael Feathers will outline a process view of system structure along with a description of various forces that can be present in systems design. He will also show that seeing these can help us anticipate problems and create simpler systems.
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Michael Feathers is founder and Director of R7K Research & Conveyance, which specialise in software and organisation design, and was previously Chief Scientist of Obtiva. He has worked with hundreds of organisations to revitalise their code as well as support in process change and software design. Michael is a powerful voice on the relationship between complex code evolution and output efficiency within organisations.