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Easy as Py: Architecture in 10 Minutes

Thunder Talk (schedule TBD)

Software architecture has a bad rep. It's supposed to be tricky, difficult, erudite. That's crazy.

Architecture is about writing code that is effective: it's about finding your target audience, identifying what they need, and thinking about how to make it easy to do THAT. That's it.

This talk is about 5 basic principles for software architecture that can be applied to projects big and small: correctness, clarity, simplicity, modularity and empathy. It's about boiling architecture down to it's bare essence - ergonomics. We'll look at these 5 principles in code examples, and end up with 4 super-distilled lessons that we can apply TODAY to our code to make it better.

Presented by

JC Coto