It doesn’t matter what language you use, what platform you code on, or what editor you prefer; there’s one underlying thread common to all code: people. It’s also the hardest part of coding. Unless you’re a team of one, writing code only you are going to use, people are always going to enter into the equation. So lets bypass the fancy algorithms, forget about the methodologies, and look at how we deal with the people aspect of code. The people we work with. The people we’re coding for. The people who were here before us. And the people that will come after us. And maybe, just maybe, we’ll come out of it better developers.
Dom Davis is a veteran of The City and a casualty of The Financial Crisis. Not content with bringing the world to its knees he then went off to help break the internet before winding up in Norfolk where he messes about doing development and devops. Dom has been writing code since his childhood sometime in the last millennium – he hopes some day to become good at it.
Dom is an enthusiastic and impassioned speaker [read: he gabbles] who uses a blend of irreverent sarcasm and flippant humour to bring complex subjects to a broad audience. Whether or not they understand him is up for debate, but he likes to believe they do. ------------------------- Future Conferences: ACCU 2019 Autumn Conference, Belfast (UK): 2019-11-11 and 2019-11-12. ACCU 2020 Spring Conference, Bristol (UK), Marriott City Centre: 2020-03-24 to 2020-03-28. ------------------------- ACCU Website: www.accu.org ACCU Conference Website: conference.accu.org ACCU Twitter: @ACCUConf ACCU YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/ACCUConf
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