Software Craftsmanship is a movement in software engineering that aims to regard software development as a skilled craft instead of a classical engineering approach. The movement relies on 4 principles: Clean Code, practice, lifelong learning and communities. In our talk – which includes many examples and pictures – we would like to talk about its origin and the historic background, its current state and all available forms of participation. Hence, we want to encourage you to build (upon) a strong community spirit so that you may tread the path of becoming a software crafter yourself.
#software #craftsmanship #cleancode #katas and #tdd - everything you need to know about as software developer as seen from a growth perspective - dissected and presented by @dataduke and @SandraParsick pic.twitter.com/kFUPB1fPIS— Cloudogu (@cloudogu) March 12, 2019
@SandraParsick and @DataDuke gave an overview to #SoftwareCraftsmanship at #dog19. Kata's till today non used in #DevOps. "Game of life" for Microservices/Infrastructure, let's give it a try. pic.twitter.com/LgHJvSiS94— Mario Krebs (@krebsmar) March 12, 2019