Of knowledge sharing and the developer quality lifecycle

Jordi Boggiano (11.Oct.2010 at 11:45)
Talk at International PHP Conference 2010 (English - UK)

Rating: 4 of 5

The buzz is all about software metrics, continuous integration and testing, but a rather simple way to achieve higher quality and make developers happy is to share knowledge and allow developers to learn and improve instead of only being milked for code. The session will go over multiple techniques implementable at a rather low cost that can improve knowledge sharing within a company or OS project.

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Rating: 4 of 5

11.Oct.2010 at 12:24 by Stefan Koopmanschap (342 comments)

The content of the talk itself was nothing new for me (then again, this was a beginner-level talk in the first place), however I really liked the way Jordi pulled the attendees into a discussion on his topics, which gave some very good responses about the experience of the people there. This was an excellent way of not just offering a single opinion or way of thought, but getting the thought of everyone there.

Rating: 3 of 5

11.Oct.2010 at 12:36 by Christan Reber (2 comments)

Discussion was good, presentation a bit boring.

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11.Oct.2010 at 13:35 by Jordi Boggiano (7 comments)

Just an additional note for others that may pass by, as I discussed it with Stefan quickly, the talk wasn't about innovating ideas really but more about motivating people to do it already. Because indeed most techniques are known by everyone but mostly not applied.

Rating: 4 of 5

12.Oct.2010 at 19:51 by Eckhard Beisswenger (1 comments)

Enjoyed the discussion a lot! A good inspiration for seeing the common challenge of knowledge sharing from totally different points of views.
Though I'd like to have heard a little bit more about specific methods and techniques of knowledge sharing, it was still very motivating!

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