LJC Virtual Meetup: Modern software developer best practices 2020

30 Jun

7:00 pm London, London



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In a modern world with so many different ways to build web applications, how do we keep up with the latest trends, let alone know which one should we use?

With all these choices, it can be easy to start off on the wrong foot or to be put off from exploring other options besides what we are used to working with.

In this talk, Raj Sakthivel wants to explore the best practices we have when building the foundations of our projects.

He’s not looking to make you a Coding Ninja, but having an understanding of each of these, along with the benefits each can bring, can help you and your team making the right decisions for the project you are creating and ensure a smoother project lifecycle.

About the speaker

Raj is currently working as a Senior software engineer at Tesco and has used Web technology for 15+ years, successfully working in companies in the UK & India.

He did Master’s (Advanced computer science) at Leicester University and is currently living in London.

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