Let’s be honest, we do not treat frontend code the same way we treat backend code. And it shows. We talk about applying rules of clean code, about keeping it simple, about writing unit tests. Yet, when it comes to writing frontend code, we skip all those rules that we usually self impose. We convinced... Read more
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The 5th edition of I T.A.K.E Unconference, the only technology agnostic event in Central and Eastern Europe, is taking place in Bucharest, Romania, 11-12 May. With a line-up of more than 30 international speakers, 6 keynotes, 6 parallel tracks, a technical Open Space and many opportunities for coding, the event brings together top-notch software crafters who lead the change in... Read more
Until recently, I tought I didn’t like Functional Programming (FP). I like OOP and DDD. During university I was in love with Java and I hated Haskel and Prolog. This changed last year at I T.A.K.E. Unconference when Cyrille Martraire showed us that using FP can be easy with DDD and its advantages are great... Read more
Often during my life as a programmer, coach and trainer I have to explain how a test should look like. So I decided to write about this subject. Remember that code, especially test code, is read more often than written. Often you will be the person to read it after you wrote it. So do... Read more
Rebecca Wirfs-Brock – Interview with Alex Bolboaca on Architecture, Design, Smalltalk and ProgrammingMay 21, 2013
Rebecca Wirfs-Brock decided to give us an interview on more topics. She will be a speaker at I T.A.K.E. Unconference, Bucharest, 30-31 May 2013. During this video she explains the main reasons why she likes this event: the open space and the fact that it is a coding conference. Another topic of the interview is... Read more
Rebecca Wirfs-Brock is having a discussion with Alex Bolboaca about Agile. She says that Agile existed long before it had a name, as a set of values. Rebecca has been using the Agile principles for Software Architecture and Design.
Rebecca Wirfs-Brock explains what a Software Architect should do, but mostly what a Software Architect should NOT do. Rebecca will be teaching Agile Architecture Workshop: An Incremental Approach. By the way, Rebecca is coming to I T.A.K.E Unconference 2013. See why she chose to come in this video.
by Rebecca Wirfs-Brock, republished with permission On agile teams, architects do more than design and implement the interesting tricky bits. They typically balance a wide range of concerns: short-term goals, overall system design integrity, risks versus efforts, design expediency. The successful agile architects I know aren’t ivory tower experts. They take a leadership role... Read more
A few months ago we were announcing the launch of a unique technical conference: I T.A.K.E. It’s now time to tell you more about why it’s unique. Speakers are obviously a very important part of a conference. We put a lot of effort into bringing the best development minds from around Europe. They are community... Read more
Our team is very proud to launch an innovative conference, unique in Central and Eastern Europe: I T.A.K.E. It will take place in Bucharest, on 30-31 May 2013. I T.A.K.E. is a technical conference targeted at everyone involved in software development. It is different because: Many passionate developers, testers, architects and managers coming from... Read more