A lot of developers like to stump for so-called "best practices." We should do TDD. We should be Agile. We should use an IoC container. But what defines a "best practice?" What does this mean? Unless the practice helps the business' bottom line, it's hard to justify. Organizations need to make money; they don't exist to pad developers' resumes. This course will help you evaluate whether or not various practices make sense for your business, and help you justify them if they do by making a bottom-line-based argument to important stakeholders.
Erik is a software architect, team leader and technologist that enjoys working with a wide variety of programming languages, frameworks and tools. An active blogger with extensive experience teaching and demonstrating software development techniques, he is always up for any conversation about technology.