Thursday 19th September, 2013
2:30pm to 2:55pm
We, the developers, can write code that works. If not right now, we can learn it very fast using books, documentation and all too common trial-and-error method.
Problems start when a maintenance is needed in that or other form: a bug needs to be fixed, a new functionality to be implemented, customers want an UI change, the person who wrote the code left the company, to name a few such situations. Fortunately, there is only one single reason for such problems: The quality of the code is not sufficient.
This session is not about *what* to write but about *how* and *where* to write it.
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