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SkillsCast

Breaking the Mold for Continuous Delivery

27th February 2014 in London at Skills Matter

This SkillsCast was filmed at Breaking the Mold for Continuous Delivery

Interested in how you can break the mould of tightly-coupled software architectures and risk management theatre? In this talk Steve Smith will outline some design patterns that will make software architecture less of an impediment to Continuous Delivery.

Continuous Delivery asks that we optimise lead times in order to grow product revenues, but all too often the cost of the technical change outweighs the value of the business change.

We will discuss how software architecture is often an impediment to Continuous Delivery. Also outline some design patterns - Tolerant Reader, API Examples, Consumer Driven Contracts - that form a low-cost risk reduction strategy.

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Breaking the Mold for Continuous Delivery

Steve Smith

An XP / Lean developer with 10+ years of experience in enterprise software development in Britain and New Zealand, Steve Smith favours practices such as Pair Programming and Test Driven Development to build quality into software products.

SkillsCast

Interested in how you can break the mould of tightly-coupled software architectures and risk management theatre? In this talk Steve Smith will outline some design patterns that will make software architecture less of an impediment to Continuous Delivery.

Continuous Delivery asks that we optimise lead times in order to grow product revenues, but all too often the cost of the technical change outweighs the value of the business change.

We will discuss how software architecture is often an impediment to Continuous Delivery. Also outline some design patterns - Tolerant Reader, API Examples, Consumer Driven Contracts - that form a low-cost risk reduction strategy.

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About the Speaker

Breaking the Mold for Continuous Delivery

Steve Smith

An XP / Lean developer with 10+ years of experience in enterprise software development in Britain and New Zealand, Steve Smith favours practices such as Pair Programming and Test Driven Development to build quality into software products.