Lecture: Keynote: Better Code: Contracts
Does it sometimes feel like all computer systems are held together with duct tape and hope? Do you have confidence that the code you write, and the changes you make, are correct? What does “correct” even mean? How do we know the code we write today won’t become a long-term liability? These persistent questions can be enough to suck all the fun out of programming, but it doesn’t have to be that way. In this talk, we’ll look at the connective tissue of good software, and show how to keep it strong and supple. We’ll suggest replacing code reviews with something better and chart the path to a more hopeful future of software.
Start time: 16:30
Room: Bristol II / Bristol Suites
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