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Software Craftsmanship, Beyond The Hype
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| by Corey Haines Follow 0 Followers on Oct 11, 2010 | NOTICE: The next QCon is in San Francisco April 9-10, 2018. Join us!

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Corey Haines focuses his presentation on two elements of the craftsmanship manifesto: well-crafted software and a community of professionals. He believes that craftsmanship means forming quality software developers who choose their own practices and use them, starting as apprentices, becoming journeymen, and ending coding katas.

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Corey Haines, after working with MS technologies for more than 10 years and joining a small startup doing Ruby on Rails, started a one year journey through the Midwest and East on a pair-programming tour, focusing on defining and expanding the message of the Software Craftsmanship movement. He is actively engaged in practicing XP, BDD and TDD, and collecting idea for a craftsmanship-based school.

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