SDD 2017 Schedule
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Thursday 18 May 2017
Code for room 101
How many times have you seen code and thought, I never want to see that again, but it keeps coming up. Having spent the last year doing multiple code reviews I have plenty of coding styles/techniques that I no longer wish to see again and wish to banish them to room 101. This session will involve audience participation in both accepting/rejecting my room 101 requests, and providing your suggestions for room 101. Hopefully at the end we will get a collective view of what code should never be seen again.
Prior to co-founding Rock Solid Knowledge, Andy cut his teeth working in various start-ups, programming on a host of platforms, and finally working for a company acquired by Cisco in 1997. After working for Cisco for a few years, the pull of the start-up world was too much to resist, and he now spends his time working on RSK’s kiosk-based solutions on Windows Embedded with .NET, alongside consulting and teaching for a diverse range of clients. Andy is the co-author of Asynchronous programming on the .NET framework, published by Apress. http://rocksolidknowledge.com @andrewclymer
Other presentations by Andy Clymer
Mon 15 May 2017 at 9:30
Wed 17 May 2017 at 11:30