My Tulsa DNUG presentation description:
From the Agile Manifesto: Responding to change over following a plan. From the manifesto's 12 principles: Welcome changing requirements, even late in development and Continuous attention to technical excellence and good design enhances agility.
Code that works to enable those three statements is code that I refer to as agile code. We'll talk about writing that kind of code by working through a simple example pulled from the book Agile Principles, Patterns, and Practices in C# by Robert Martin.
Like my last presentation, I burned through this lightning fast. And once again, people started opening up and turned the night into a great meeting. I'm not too surprised since it seems any topic that has anything at all to do with Agile brings out passion in people. It was a fun group and I'm glad they invited me over.
Oh, and what was my favorite quote of the night? "You can't cure stupid". Pure awesome!
See the code I used in the presentation here.
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