To develop software is to write code. Yet, code is not software. There is more in it than just code: There is structure; there are protocols; there are loads and volumes. And yet, even there, one vital ingredient is missing.
Through a series of illustrative code samples, you will learn that developing software is more about speaking the language than about any of its technical aspects. Your code will be a software if it speaks the language of the business it is modeling - that is the thesis we will try to outline in this talk.
This talk was presented at ITKonekt virtual conference during 2020 lockdown. An unlisted recording can be seen at address https://youtu.be/sIcJ7BTOVQI
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Zoran is Principal consultant at Coding Helmet Consultancy, speaker and author of 100+ articles, and independent trainer on .NET technology stack. He can often be found speaking at conferences and user groups, promoting object-oriented development style and clean coding practices and techniques that improve longevity of complex business applications.