[Nottingham] [Talk] *Tomorrow* 8:30pm Thursday 27/08/2020: How best to develop something new?
martin at ml1.co.uk
Wed Aug 26 00:01:15 UTC 2020
Staying virtual until we evolve onwards around the SARS-CoV-2 virus and
the resultant COVID-19...
*NLUG* continues technically online!
All are welcome, technical and non-technical alike! :-)
*Tomorrow* 8:30pm (BST) Thursday 27/08/2020 (That's 7:30pm _GMT_ )
After introductions we have an exploration into:
*How best to develop something new* ?
Especially for when the 'new' is also unknown!
We'll blast through our opinions on:
Brute Force Random Selection
Monte Carlo method
Unix "Do one thing and do it well"
Design by contract
Design for Test
Rapid (small increments incremental) Development
Or... How should software development be done?...
Elon Musk and SpaceX vs NASA and Big Corporates(!)
And if time permits such that we are on the right side of midnight:
'Speeding up Linux development at the expense of breaking compatibility'
This will be as technical or as vague an overview as our discussions
take us. All good interesting fun!
... So what is the best approach for doing something completely new?
Also, back in the here-on-earth, merrily in our cyberworld, we need no
excuse for us to catch up with what the group has been doing :-)
Have your beverages to hand, and lets party! ;-)
See y'all online.
All welcome :-)
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