Please join us on this evening to hear two interesting lectures talking about changes - a change in code and a change in mindset.
Introducing the Mikado Method
Speaker: Itzik Saban
How many times have you tried to fix something in your codebase, breaking a sweat as the changes spiral out of control? How can you make big changes to code without ending up with the entire engine in pieces on the floor?
This is the perfect moment for the Mikado Method to enter the scene. It’s a structured way to make significant changes to complex systems.
When you perform small changes, you can keep them in your head, but for larger ones, the chances of getting lost in a jungle of dependencies, or on a sea of broken code, increase dramatically. The Mikado Method can help you make the desired changes over several iterations and increments of work, without ever having a broken codebase during the process.
I consider myself as a good software design freak, with more than 15 years in software development and teams mentoring.
Specialized in Agile Programming Practices such as Clean-Code, TDD, Refactoring (legacy code), Continuous Integration, OOP and more, I am now spreading the word among the software development industry.
Old Dog, New Tricks
Speaker: Nimrod Argov
For years I have gotten used to putting out fires after code changes and having parts of the product that can never be touched. The uncertainty and fear wore me down. Getting to know TDD, Clean Code and other methodologies was the start of a process of gaining confidence and a good night’s sleep. Making the transition wasn’t always easy.
This is the story of what it took for me to let go of my old habits, teach myself new tricks and transition into code craftsmanship.
Nimrod is a software developer, working at Wix on a configuration system for Wix's microservice architecture. In his spare time he likes to read about how things work, play the piano and tinker with electronic boards.
17:45 - 18:00 Gathering
18:00 - 18:45 Introducing the Mikado Method by Itzik Saban
18:45 - 19:00 Break
19:00 - 20:00 Old Dog, New Tricks by Nimrod Argov
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