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Published on Jun 13, 2017
Mine the Debt
Debt. A word that makes most software developers uncomfortable. As our relatively new Go community matures, we find that we too, aren’t immune to software debt. Debt, however, can be an ally and in this talk, you’ll learn that your Go codebase holds insights into not only the technical debt you’re carrying but also the organizational debt you might not have known you had.
By using certain tools and techniques, both existing and new, we can mine our code for those insights that stretch beyond our hunches and into actual and predictable facts that we can in turn leverage to manage our debt responsibly.
Johnny Boursiquot @jboursiquot
Johnny is a multi-disciplined Software and Operations Engineer with over 18 years of industry experience spanning various server, client and mobile technologies. His past roles include developer, co-founder, teacher and CTO. He is currently the Principal Software Engineer at Achievement Network where he handles all things DevOps.
His love for technology is matched only by his passion for community service. He is a GoBridge Core Member, the founder and organizer of Baltimore Golang, a previous organizer for the Boston Ruby Group and the Boston Golang Group, regularly serves as a teacher for various organizations that seek to diversify the tech industry and mentors a number of young technology professionals in the Boston and Baltimore metro areas.