Below you will find links to all the resources that I use and mention during my talk.
Badly designed code is one of the highest price we pay as an industry. In many cases the cost of adding or changing features increases with the time we advance into the project. The bigger the project gets, the more complex it gets and the more costly it is to work on it, if it lacks structure. If you need to migrate it, you need to rewrite it all.
In this session I will show from real world projects experience how to keep your team efficient changing the code when you need to move into the Cloud, with what I call the Application Software Infrastructure. It assures code quality through structure rather than relying on discipline only. It documents the architecture into code and bridges this way the architectural diagrams and the code structures.
- Slides: on SlideShare
- Video: soon
- Code snippets on the slides: Code Design Training on GitHub
- Code Design Training: description
- iQuarc.AppBoot: on GitHub
- iQuarc.DataAccess: on GitHub
For any questions regarding my talk do not hesitate to contact me.
For more on this, and on similar topics about how to reach an efficient design and how to implement a solid software infrastructure that can sustain the complexity and size of large Enterprise Applications, you can check my courses.