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How to Stop Writing Next Year's Unsustainable Piece of Code
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| by Guilherme Silveira Follow 2 Followers on Feb 02, 2012 | NOTICE: The next QCon is in San Francisco April 9-10, 2018. Join us!

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Guilherme Silveira mentions some of the turning points in project development that may affect the quality of the code offering advice on avoiding writing crappy code.

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Guilherme Silveira is the lead developer and training services coordinator at Caelum, Brazil, a company specialized in training and development, and involved in many open source projects like VRaptor, XStream, Hibernate, or Maven and creator of Restfulie, a Restful framework with implementations in Java and Ruby.

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