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[.NET@Noon] 10 Opinions For Creating More Maintainable .NET Apps
February 10 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm CST
As an application adds more and more features, if you're not careful, it can quickly spiral into becoming the application no one on the team enjoys working on. This talk is structured as a series of lightning talks on various topics to help you improve the maintainability of your .NET applications.
• 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM – Presentation[Meeting Sponsor – Lean TECHniques]
Lean TECHniques is built on three founding principles: building community, growing people, and improving client outcomes. We’re a team of status quo challengers and software professionals who will help you achieve the result you need. We’re never done learning, practicing our trade, and sharing our knowledge. With expertise in nearly every modern tech stack in use today (and of course a fondness for .NET), we take pride in building quality solutions. We specialize in software delivery, IT modernization and digital transformation consulting.
Since 1995, QCI has grown to be one of the largest, Iowa-based, technology consulting firms, one client at a time. There is no secret to our success. We simply hire the best people and support a culture that is obsessed with delivering excellent service to our clients. In QCI, our clients have a partner that is large enough to provide highly skilled consultants across a wide area of expertise. Our dedication to client service has resulted in a long-term relationships through which we understand that placing the interests of our clients first is the key to being a trusted partner.
For more information, visit http://www.qci.com[Platinum Sponsor – Source Allies]
Source Allies is a local technical consultancy who values collaboration, craftsmanship, and an ownership mentality. We provide a home to our teammates where we encourage each other to grow not only technically, but as peers & consultants. This is evident in the quality software we deliver to clients.
Learn about our “ownership mentality” at: http://www.sourceallies.com