Micah Breedlove from Franklin American Mortgage Company joins us this month to talk to us to about rules engines and how they can help wrangle complexity in your application:
With ever-growing software occasionally developers will find themselves amid a befuddlement built on complicated and poorly organized conditional logic. Chaos such as this is nearly unmaintainable, even by the original developer. A rules engine allows you to simplify that logic and provide more self-documenting, maintainable code.
More about Micah:
Micah began working with PHP in late 1998. He has been using Symfony and developing full-time since 2009. He has contributed to a number of Open Source projects. He is a Sr. Developer at Franklin American Mortgage where he was instrumental in building the PHP development team. Micah also wrote and maintains a bail-bond management system. Micah lives in Nashville with his wife and two kids where enjoys growing fruit trees, attempting to make maple syrup and vegetable gardening (including hot peppers). He enjoys hockey and soccer. Micah is also a firearms enthusiast and enjoys spending a time at the range.
This month's meetup is sponsored by Franklin American Mortgage Company, an “A” paper lender is recognized as one of the nation’s fastest growing mortgage companies. Conservative business practices have secured FAMC’s position as an industry leader. Offering a complete line of Conventional, USDA and FHA/VA products, FAMC is committed to providing consistent support and unparalleled service. www.franklinamerican.com.
Many thanks to FAMC for their support!