I was poking around in my data the other day doing a bit of housekeeping and ran across the recoding of Paul Clements' final presentation to devloop before leaving the company. I hated to see it hidden away on my HDD so I decided to chop it up and post it for all to enjoy!
Wise words from a wise man: Paul's Final Iteration
Tags: work, devloop, architecture, bestpractices
For those that haven't heard or don't remember, DEVLOOP stands for Developing Excellence Via Leveraging Object Oriented Principles. It's basically an internal user group started by Paul Clements and myself back around late 2006 or early '07 (I believe Jay Smith was heavily involved early on too). I think the acronym was coined by Paul himself if memory serves. Since we're OOP and pattern zealots (notice the subtitle of my blog yet?), the name fit perfect!
For me personally, devloop has been invaluable in my career and I can't think of a single thing that has done more for me.
Tags: devloop, community, work