Where Code Ends Logic Apps Starts
Developers love to write code, this is written in their core DNA and when you tell them that they could solve the problem by using the "building blocks" principles they get easily upset. But for the end-client, it's irrelevant what lies behind the application logic, it could be an architectural masterpiece that complies all the design and coding guidelines or it could be a simple serverless workflow written with zero or less code. The only thing that matters is that you provide a solution that solves the client's problems and that you deliver fast (less working hours) with the best value for money and with lower maintenance costs. This is where the software developer needs to break the coding mindset (I need to deliver a coded application) and start to think about how to provide "The Solution" that client needs.
Lead Software Engineer at GlobalLogic
Zagreb, CroatiaView Speaker Profile