Developer Workshop: Writing Simple Code
There are many books and resources available to help you write more robust and maintainable code, yet many of these often fall short when tried in practice. Can we do better?
In this workshop, I will show why a lot of available advice on how to write better code does not work as intended in practice. I will then proceed to show some underlying principles we can use to evaluate our own code as we write it.
Our code should be as simple as possible, avoiding patterns and boilerplate, and focus on real-world maintainability, cognitive complexity, and performance.
About Marco Cecconi
I am the founder of Intelligent Hack, an innovative consulting startup focused on helping you grow your company from thousands to millions, through improving company culture, implementing agile methodologies and remote work, rearchitecting for scale, and paying tech debt. I was part of the Stack Overflow core development team I was Toptal's first Engineering Manager where I helped implement agile and focused on reducing technical debt. I have also been a signed pro musician, a game audio engineer, and a music producer.