Mick Philippon

Specialized in Microsoft Technology stack, Mick built his experience in native and embedded fields in .Net galaxy. He's especialy sensible to quality and performance problems.

For more than 3 years now, he helps his clients in DevOps field, he's also responsible for DevOps Circle at Cellenza




NewCrafts 2018

Software crafstmanship through drawing manuals

  • quick hands-on
  • Practices
  • Devops

The key to writing good code is to be able to express you intention using a constrained language, made to be understandable first by a compiler, second by a human being.

In this hands-on, we will explore the difficulties of expressing a meaningful intention using only a pen and paper, without words.

As a team, you'll be in charge of drawing the manual for a given task, trying to express what to do and how to do it with a limited set of tools.

We will discover how these constraints lead the process and which tools can be used to go around these limitation and express the intention despite the limited expressiveness of the used language.

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