Fractal Architecture

Dec 2, 2021 · København, Denmark

Why is software development so difficult? A major reason is that you spend more time reading than writing code. If you can decrease the time required to read existing code, you can increase productivity.

You can decrease the time you waste reading complicated code by writing code that's easy to read - code that fits in your head.

Code should fit in your head at all levels of abstraction. At the entry point, at the business logic level, and at the lowest levels of detail. This is fractal architecture - code that is organized according to that principle of self-similarity.

Key to achieve fractal architecture are encapsulation, aggressive thresholds, and referential transparency. Code examples will be in C# - written in a style also readable to developers working in Java, TypeScript, C++, etc.

## Agenda
* Welcome, Novo Nordisk
* Fractal Architecture, Mark Seemann
* Q&A
After the Q&A Novo Nordisk will serve some soft drinks and snacks.

When you arrive at ITU ask the reception for directions and a parking ticket.

## Notes
The seating is limited, so please cancel your registration if you cannot make it.

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  • Copenhagen .Net User Group

    CNUG is the user group for .Net developers in Copenhagen. We discuss all things .Net-related but also architectural principles and general methodogy like Test Driven Development. All meetings are free and everyone with an interest in .Net and/or software development are welcome! Also checkout our website on cnug.dk or engage with us on twitter (@cphdotnet) or Facebook

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