Software development can be an eternal struggle, or it can be code that pretty much writes itself. In this talk, we’ll look at how simple acceptance tests and a few diagrams help us dive right into the code, which we in turn outline using DDD, This allows us to have a clean and testable design without worrying about implementation details. Code can be then implemented without developers worrying about stepping on each others’ toes, while still be confident that everything will work once put together. Discover how my team can build features faster than the client can sign them off.

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Great talk!

Realistic aproach based on real.time experience. Not searching for silver bullets, but mixing things from different methodologies. In short: not think8ng in black&white but solve real problems. Nice presentation.

Great presentation, great talk!

Small typo:

DDD is Domain Driven Design, and is not Domain-Driven Development. It describes how to design you code, not how to develop it.

Ian Littman at 15:51 on 10 Nov 2019

Well done. Solid Q&A session as well.

Marco Pivetta at 15:53 on 10 Nov 2019

Excellent talk, very much relatable, and very useful advice for teams that want to improve their development cycle

Nicolas Carlo at 15:58 on 10 Nov 2019

Your talk was very very good. I liked especially how concrete it was. Thanks for sharing your recipe and experience. You nailed it!

Paul M. Jones at 17:05 on 10 Nov 2019

Very much resonated with the audience; everyone was nodding along and laughing in recognition of the problems and stories.

Best talk at this conferense

A wonderful talk, that goes straight to the point - very productive and efficient - perfect timing. Thanks, Anna!

Babarinde at 21:36 on 10 Nov 2019

Great talk

Greate presentation! Thanks