Saturday 22nd September, 2012
12:15pm to 1:00pm
Over ten years on and Agile has become mainstream. However, many projects are still failing. Bugs, bad requirements, dedicated QA teams, long release cycles and a pile of code no one understands and everyone is scared to touch. Developers are still seen and treated as resources and companies are still outsourcing software development to cheaper places, disregarding software quality. So, what developers can do about that? How can we turn this situation around? In this talk we will be discussing what Software Craftsmanship is and how it addresses these problems. Are we really professional software developers? Do we act like professionals? Come along if you are interested to know what is to be a real software craftsman.
Software craftsman @codurance | author | speaker | founder of the London Software Craftsmanship Community | Book: http://goo.gl/b9EymU bio from Twitter
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