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Atlanta, GA

Member since:

April 5, 2012

How long have you been working in the software industry?

7+ years

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What profession could you see yourself in aside from the one you're in now?

Anything relating to Geography Information Systems.


Sr. Software Engineer

What DG is saying about this Meetup Group

Software Craftsmanship is a good meetup. Definately nice to see issues solved functionally. The only concern are the examples. They are college level, mathematically examples. It's very difficult to find business cases in the average world to apply examples. I've no doubt that Scala and Clojure are good alternatives to OOP, but without practical business case examples, it's very difficult convincing employeers to adopt these technologies. You have to dumb it down for the business world. If there were an article addressing business cases that would be excellent.

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