Conscious Uncoupling - Building Software That Lasts


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Nice topic. Lots to think about.

Woody Gilk at 14:59 on 8 Apr 2016

A solid talk and a good introduction to decoupling. A bit lacking in concrete examples and could have used more depth on how decoupling facilitates testing. Slides were also a bit dry and could have flowed a bit better.

Brian Hannah at 14:59 on 8 Apr 2016

Great presentation - not just another how to, but a common sense approach to "why" and "when". Thanks

Taylor Otwell at 15:03 on 8 Apr 2016

Good overview of the concepts and ideas behind decoupling and when decoupling is appropriate. Provides a solid introduction for how to get started decoupling your applications.

the best part of this talk was the emphasis on balance
how decoupling needed to be balanced with the demands and change in the system

although the slides were nicely designed from the back of the room some of the fonts were difficult to read - sometimes simpler is better with projector ickiness

Chris at 23:07 on 8 Apr 2016

The emphasis on choosing when to uncouple the code and when not to was great. The examples that were provided were very simple and we needed some more discussion on how to scale this in practice.

Gary Hockin at 10:22 on 9 Apr 2016

A great round up on the whens and hows of decoupling.

Spot on, the insight on how and why of decoupling will be really helpful for me moving forward.