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Software developers are often tasked with building business applications that are required to model and comply with business requirements. However, the source code for these applications often obfuscate their business requirements instead of reflecting them. This paradox can be remedied by using a strong type system and some Domain Driven Design principles. In this lightning talk, Scott Nimrod explains how business requirements can be converted into a compilable specification that application modules can interpret. The target audience for this talk is software developers.
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Lightning Talk: Specification as a Library
Scott Nimrod is fascinated with software craftsmanship. He has been practicing software development since 2003. He focuses on F#, Xamarin, Azure, and Test Automation. He was born and raised on the mean streets of Cleveland, Ohio and currently resides in Miami Beach, Florida.