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Thursday, November 12 • 11:00 - 11:45
Grow Your Personal Design Heuristics

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Whether we are aware of it or not, we each use design heuristics that
we have acquired through reading, practice, and experience. Heuristics aid in
design, guide our use of other heuristics, and even determine our attitude and
behavior towards our work. For example, as agile software developers, we value
frequent feedback and decomposing larger design problems into smaller, more
manageable chunks that we design, implement, and test as we go. You can grow as a
designer by becoming more conscious of your heuristics and sharing them with
others. What are your “go to” heuristics? How well have they worked? How do
successes or failures lead you look to discover new heuristics? While you may read
others’ design advice—be it patterns, blog posts, books or stack overflow replies,
the heuristics you discover on your own design journey are likely to be the most
important.

Speakers
avatar for Rebecca Wirfs-Brock

Rebecca Wirfs-Brock

Wirfs-Brock Associates
I'm best known as the "design geek" who invented Responsibility-Driven Design and the xDriven meme (think TDD, BDD, DDD..). I'm keen about team effectiveness, communicating complex requirements, software quality, agile QA, pragmatic TDD, and patterns and practices for architecting... Read More →


Thursday November 12, 2020 11:00 - 11:45 GMT-05
Sala 07
  Software Crafters