Exception Driven Development
If customer facing issues are your top priority, then you already adhere to the primary principle of Exception Driven Development.
It's a pretty simple concept: Collect application data, especially regarding errors and crashes, and then focus on fixing those problems that your users are actually experiencing. Join me for 60 minutes and I'll walk you through what you're doing wrong with your current log collection approach, and how you should be doing it. Additionally, we'll cover visualizing errors in a more meaningful manner that eliminates all the noise.
|Date:||May 3rd, 2017|
|Time:||6:30 PM - 8:30 PM (see here for more detail)|
|Location:||nThrive - Plano, TX|
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Blake Niemyjski is a full time open source software architect, Microsoft MVP and private pilot. Since the late 90’s, Blake's curiosity has been focused around developing software that helps the masses. As a hobbyist developer turned student and professional, Blake's passion is to further his knowledge and create technologies for the future.
Optimal Blue is a software as a service provider of best in class industry leading services to the Mortgage Industry. Our platform touches nearly 1 of every 4 mortgage loans originated nationally. Our suite of Enterprise Lending Services helps Mortgage Banks, Community Banks and Credit Unions navigate the complex mortgage process from capital markets to point-of- sale and back.
As a key member of the software development team you will work in an Agile environment to produce cutting edge products for the mortgage industry. You will work with product managers, business analysts, quality assurance analysts and other talented developers. Optimal Blue constantly strives to develop its software platform using the latest trends and best practices within the industry. If your skills align with that vision we would like to speak with you about a role where you will have ownership over your work and a real voice in the direction of the platform.
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