Software is complex stuff. This is something that has been appreciated and contemplated since the 70s. This thought and the subsequent principles, practices and patterns come in and out of favour in the main stream but the core philosophies remain: to ensure maintainable and verifiable code that is as easy as possible to change in the future. We want to start a usergroup for the West Midlands area that provides a forum to explore these principles.

Due to the nature of our background the group will be .Net focussed but tool/framework agnostic. The tools and frameworks are convenient when implementing solutions with these principles in mind but we feel it is the principles themselves we must appreciate to be truly effective developers.

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  • September 2 · 7:00 PM


    19 Coders | 5.00

    Ian Cooper, MVP and organiser of the London .Net User Group will be coming to do a session for us.
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    28 Coders | 4.50

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    19 Coders | 5.00

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    20 Coders | 5.00

    Bring a laptop and learn about Distributed Computing using the Actor Model with Akka.Net.  If you don't have a laptop, you will be able to pair with someone. No prior... Learn more
  • April 1 · 7:00 PM

    Agile is not a noun, it’s an adjective

    17 Coders | 4.50

    Barry Evans is an independent consultant, coach, trainer and author. He has has been in the coding game since the world was black and green. Not known for his lack of a... Learn more
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