SOLID - a set of concepts for designing maintainable and understandable software - yet some of these ideas can be hard to understand themselves. Scholarly definitions and generic examples of these are often still confusing and not applicable to real world applications. By taking a look at an actual application, we'll explore these principles in action, and demonstrate the benefits of following them.


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Jenny J at 13:51 on 28 Jul 2018

Great info, well delivered. It is very obvious that Jessica knows what she is talking about. Thank you for sharing your knowledge.

The examples were really good. The email service provider example especially is something that I've had to live through a couple of times.

Great presentation, perfect amount of detail and well delivered.

TJ McKenzie at 14:36 on 28 Jul 2018

Very informative, on a very important topic. Much more time can be used on this topic, but Jessica summarized it very well.

This was a solid (no pun intended) introduction to the S.O.L.I.D. principles, with good, practical examples.

Jake Moote at 21:18 on 28 Jul 2018

Very good overview of SOLID while providing some real world examples which is always great.