The Pragmatic Programmer Revisited

A session at NFJS New England Software Symposium

Friday 18th March, 2016

1:15pm to 2:45pm (EST)

While rummaging through some books the other day, I came across my copy of The Pragmatic Programmer. Flipping to the copyright page, I realized that it had been 16 years since its publication. Many of our careers have been deeply affected by reading and considering the many nuggets of wisdom contained in this book, and it is near the top of multiple recommended reading lists.

In this presentation, we’ll revisit this book, and we’ll also consider what we’ve learned since its publication - what would we change? And what remains timeless?

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Matt Stine

Product Manager for @springcentral on @pivotalcf. DevOps/Continuous Delivery/Microservices junkie. Christian, husband, dad, Flufftalker @NoFluff. bio from Twitter

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Time 1:15pm2:45pm EST

Date Fri 18th March 2016

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