Trisha Gee of MongoDB will discuss "Design is a Process, not a Document"
In the beginning there was Big Up Front Design. And lo, it became so unreliable, so unpopular with developers and The Business alike, that Emergent Design, erm, emerged. But while initially self documenting code seemed like a developer’s dream, in reality the lack of structure can lead to… inefficiencies.
So how does modern software design work in The Real World today? Using the example of developing the new Java Driver for MongoDB, Trisha takes us on a design journey, where the answer to every question is It Depends, the users of the system and their use cases are unknown, and lurking at the back of every decision is the question “but will it be backwards compatible?”
Modern Software Design is hard. But there are tools we can add to our inventories to make our lives easier, skills we can learn that help, techniques that can guide us. And most importantly, learning that one size does not fit all is the key to finding the right answers.
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