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SkillsCast

Complete Code Craft

1st July 2015 in London at Skills Matter

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Software Craftsmanship is a topic close to Alastair’s heart, and he’s here to explain why. Sometimes misconceived as a dedication to gold-plating and perfectionism, we’ll explore the general theme of craftsmanship and the pragmatism underpinning it. We’ll look at the skills required of us as modern software craftsmen, the tools available to us to help us to grow our teams, and our responsibilities to our colleagues, the products we build, and the organisations we work for.

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Complete Code Craft

Alastair Smith

Alastair is part of the team at Redgate building ingeniously simple tools. He enjoys writing C# on the back end and HTML/CSS/JavaScript on the front end, but he's tried a number of languages and found his real interests lie in good coding practices and ensuring software quality with automated tests. He has a passion for rooting out and destroying legacy code, and for promoting good practice in teams.

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Software Craftsmanship is a topic close to Alastair’s heart, and he’s here to explain why. Sometimes misconceived as a dedication to gold-plating and perfectionism, we’ll explore the general theme of craftsmanship and the pragmatism underpinning it. We’ll look at the skills required of us as modern software craftsmen, the tools available to us to help us to grow our teams, and our responsibilities to our colleagues, the products we build, and the organisations we work for.

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About the Speaker

Complete Code Craft

Alastair Smith

Alastair is part of the team at Redgate building ingeniously simple tools. He enjoys writing C# on the back end and HTML/CSS/JavaScript on the front end, but he's tried a number of languages and found his real interests lie in good coding practices and ensuring software quality with automated tests. He has a passion for rooting out and destroying legacy code, and for promoting good practice in teams.

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