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Best practices for healthy code, products, and teams (tccodes)
February 20 @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm ESTFree
Building software services is a team sport. As your code base, your team, and your customer base grow, so do your challenges. For example, how can you:
- Organize your team to manage user issues and bugs while still delivering new value?
- Ensure your code is high quality and shippable after every sprint?
- Manage testing?
In this session we will talk and walk through these challenges together, covering:
- Team organization
- Trunk based development
- Code quality with unit testing
- Pull Requests and branch policies
- Continuous Integration
- Testing in production
During the hands-on activity, we will use GitHub and VS Code and simulate how a team works on a project. To participate in the hands-on exercise, register prior to Jan. 12 and have your device configured including:
- VS Code installed
- GitHub account created
- Git tooling installed
- .NET Core 3.0 installed
This event is hosted by 20Fathoms as part of the tccodes talent development initiative. It is intended for intermediate to advanced software developers. For questions contact firstname.lastname@example.org or visit tccodes.org.
About Dan Hellem
Dan is slowly becoming an old man and has been in engineering much longer than he would like to admit. He spent the last 7 years working at Microsoft in the developer division building tools and services for teams who build software and services. He has recently taken on a new role with fm:systems (formally Asure Software) who has a local presence and team here in Traverse City.