#3 - 24.02.2015
#3 Object-oriented programming economics
All programmers know the feeling when a growing project becomes more and more difficult to maintain and develop. This state of affairs cannot last forever – at some point even relatively small projects become increasingly sluggish and eventually abandoned, sometimes even unconsciously, due to the difficulties we have imposed on ourselves. All such unfavorable changes are called technological debt. During the lecture Paweł introduced this concept and showed some techniques of detecting, measuring, avoiding and even paying off when working with the so-called legacy code.
A programmer with extensive object-oriented programming experience. He relentlessly improves his skills and is trying to keep up with the changing IT world. At work, he focuses on the .NET platform.