Saturday 5th April, 2014
3:05pm to 4:20pm
Session Level: 100
Join us to talk about what it means to be a software craftsman, how the Software Craftsmanship Manifesto (http://manifesto.softwarecraftsm...) provides a framework for us to improve.
A large part of being a software craftsman is practice. Using different "code games" we can have a full toolbelt of activities that will help us (and those around us) become better at our craft.
Husband, Father and Software Craftsman. Co-founder of Greater Sum. Founder of Software Craftsmanship Atlanta.
I'm a husband, father of four and currently a Senior Software Craftsman at Pluralsight. I've worked at Ancestry.com, Microsoft, Caselle and a few other small companies. I am a founding member and organizer of the Utah Software Craftsmanship group (http://utahsc.org). I blog at http://blog.softwareontheside.com/ and you can find me on twitter at @mdclement.
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