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SkillsCast

Elegant software that just so happens to use Spring

1st February 2011 in London at Skills Matter

This SkillsCast was filmed at Elegant software that just so happens to use Spring

You often hear people say, "use JEE 6: you'll be able to write standards-based applications," or "use Spring: it is the best way of writing enterprise applications," or, even still "Java is dead; .NET is the only way forward". A much better approach is to say that we should write good code. Code that is made up of sharply defined, loosely-coupled, testable components.

You often hear people say, "use JEE 6: you'll be able to write standards-based applications," or "use Spring: it is the best way of writing enterprise applications," or, even still "Java is dead; .NET is the only way forward". A much better approach is to say that we should write good code. Code that is made up of sharply defined, loosely-coupled, testable components. The frameworks and runtimes are here only to support our software design goals.

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Elegant software that just so happens to use Spring

Jan Machacek

Jan Machacek is a passionate technologist with hands-on experience of the practical aspects of software delivery (architecture, quality, CI, CD), the project management approaches (applying the principles of agile project management), and mentoring and motivating engineering & business teams.

SkillsCast

You often hear people say, "use JEE 6: you'll be able to write standards-based applications," or "use Spring: it is the best way of writing enterprise applications," or, even still "Java is dead; .NET is the only way forward". A much better approach is to say that we should write good code. Code that is made up of sharply defined, loosely-coupled, testable components.

You often hear people say, "use JEE 6: you'll be able to write standards-based applications," or "use Spring: it is the best way of writing enterprise applications," or, even still "Java is dead; .NET is the only way forward". A much better approach is to say that we should write good code. Code that is made up of sharply defined, loosely-coupled, testable components. The frameworks and runtimes are here only to support our software design goals.

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Elegant software that just so happens to use Spring

Jan Machacek

Jan Machacek is a passionate technologist with hands-on experience of the practical aspects of software delivery (architecture, quality, CI, CD), the project management approaches (applying the principles of agile project management), and mentoring and motivating engineering & business teams.