Saturday 6th October, 2012
4:00pm to 4:50pm
"When you're a programmer you tend to think of solutions in terms of code. When a problem comes along your mind jolts to thoughts of potential implementations. Clever ideas. Libraries that could be leveraged. Databases that could offer interesting solutions. This is our job to think about these things. But unfortunately we're not listening.
In this talk we'll look at two different approaches to building an application. First, we'll look at how a "code first, ask questions later" approach can lead to poor architecture and make developing a UI very difficult. Then we'll take a look at my proposed approach that focuses on users via UX and can be helpful in leading us to design a cohesive system that solves the right problem."
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