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Tuesday, November 16 • 20:50 - 21:40
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Please note that the recordings on Zoom are Dual Mono and not Stereo - some pre-recorded sessions have been uploaded to YouTube to preserve the independent dual channel audio, but some sessions may still be affected.

A group of opinionated expert programmers will argue over the right and wrong answers to a selection of programming questions which have no right or wrong answers.

We'll aim to cover a wide range of topics such as: use of locks, exceptions, polymorphism, microservices, OOP, functional paradigms, open and closed source, repository methodologies, languages, textual style and tooling.

The aim of the session is to demonstrate that there is often no clear-cut best-practice for many development topics, and to set an example of how to examine problems from multiple viewpoints.


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Julian Storer

CEO, Sound Stacks Ltd
Jules is a developer and founder who has created several audio technologies and companies in his 20+ year career. He's best known for creating JUCE and Tracktion, and is currently CEO of Sound Stacks Ltd.
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Dave Rowland

CTO, Tracktion
Dave Rowland is the CTO at Audio Squadron (owning brands such as Tracktion and Prism Sound), working primarily on the digital audio workstation, Waveform and the engine it runs on. Other projects over the years have included audio plugins and iOS audio applications utilising JUCE... Read More →

Tuesday November 16, 2021 20:50 - 21:40 GMT
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  • Level Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced