Cyrille Martraire (@cyriux on Twitter) is a partner at Arolla (60 consultants), the founder of the Paris Software Craftsmanship community and a regular speaker in international conferences. With 15 years of experience in startups, software vendors and banks, and a passion about design in every aspect (TDD, BDD, DDD), Cyrille still calls himself a developer, and he has an extensive knowledge of capital market finance developed at SG (twice), Engie, CACIB, Sungard and CME.
Unhappy about documentation? Prefer coding over writing? Discover the Living Documentation approach in practice through concrete examples! Since the Agile manifesto, we value working software over comprehensive documentation, and that is a good thing. However this does not mean that documentation is unnecessary.
Indeed, with practices like TDD, BDD, Domain-Driven Design and guided by some principles you can have reliable and efficient documentation without spending time on it. This « iving Documentation” is just embedded within the usual development practices, and it gained the ability to remain closely in sync with the software. In addition, the idea of working software as a form of documentation can be applied literally, at compile-time and at runtime.
Through several examples, this talk will explore this silent revolution, and how to benefit from it in your projects:
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