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Writing Usable APIs in Practice
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by Giovanni Asproni on Feb 24, 2012 |
01:17:40

Summary
Giovanni Asproni presents techniques for writing usable APIs: using user's perspective, naming, the caller should have the control, explicit context, error reporting, logging, organizing.

Bio

Giovanni Asproni is a freelance contractor and consultant living in the UK. He is a regular conference speaker, and a member of the committee of the London XPDay conference and a past conference chair of the ACCU conference. Giovanni is a member of the ACCU, the AgileAlliance, the ACM, and the IEEE Computer Society.

Agile Cambridge 2011 is for anyone who wants to successfully apply or learn more about Adopting and evolving agile approaches; Agile software development; Agile product management; Agile testing; DevOps/Agile Operations; User experience and design in an agile world; Agile technical communications; Coaching and mentoring agile teams; Leadership; Tool and technology adoption; Distributed agile teams. The focus throughout the event is on sharing practical experience of these topics, in a range of sessions from beginner to expert.

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