You'll notice that the curriculum now lists a Discord server. If you follow this link you'll find chat rooms for each course. There's more activity there than we've ever had with the Gitter. https://discord.gg/5pUhfpX
Ooh, intriguing! I haven't popped in, in a while.
ergpoplerthere is a curriculum???
tweedeviking Hey Ho,
I am Manuel. For the last 12 years I have been working as a mobile developer, mostly on iOS.
In all those years I worked in teams that claimed to be agile. But it never felt agile. Agile as in "Agility: The ability to perform changes fast"
And especially during my last 2 jobs I started wondering, how ANYBODY should be expected to be agile when at the same time we are trapped in a messy pile of shit that we cutely name "Spaghetti Code".
I think we should rename it "Barb Wire Code".
So in the past year I have been working on an architecture that — I believe — should enable a more agile development process. From the way the code is structured to the way data flows through it and the ability to easily represent those codes in agile processes. I do believe that it enables steady development speed for the whole lifetime of a software project.
It comes with a powerful modular concept that stretches throughout the app where each module can have its own DSL and all modules are independent, connected by a simple but expressive messaging system.
I am looking for feedback from developers, interested in such topics. I invite you to join the channel "agile architecture" (#agilearchitecture:matrix.org). (bearbeitet)