By admin | September 30, 2008
Wednesday is the last conference day at JAOO, so now is the time to select the best talks. These three will (perhaps) maximize your JAOO experience. But don’t come complaining if they don’t work for you.
First of all, if you missed James Copliens talk Tueday, he’ll do a rerun Wednesday at 10:30. Go see him if you haven’t already.
Wednesday, 11:30 – 12:20: Programmer’s Dozen: Thirteen Recommendations for Reviewing, Refactoring and Regaining Control of Code by Kevlin Henney
Kevlin Henney is a must see, so this talk must be attended. His purpose is to give 13 recommendations for controlling code quality, and if everything goes as planned, you’ll be both entertained and educated.
Wednesday, 13:20 – 14:10: Real-world Refactoring by Neal Ford
Don’t we all know refactoring? Then why would Neal Ford talk about it? Maybe there’s something we’ve missed? There are so many questions… Something’s up, and I’m going to find out what.
Wednesday, 15:40 – 16:30: Lean and Agile In the Large – Principles, Practices and Experiences for Large Scale Software Development by Dave Thomas
Large agile teams are an urban myth often referred to by certain scrum masters. Dave Thomas will introduce some new practices which are relevant when working in large organizations. Whether this will facilitate large scale teams will be interesting to see.2008 JAOO | Tags: JAOO, talks, wednesday.today.jaoo.dk.sessions | 7 Comments »