Svitla Smart Talk: .NET. Lifting your code quality higher


Doesn't matter, if you are a junior developer or experienced one, you always want to know more ways how to increase your code quality.
In this demo-centric presentation, we will discuss what static code analysis means in different projects. Ihor Fesenko will demonstrate battle-tested techniques, tools, and metrics that you may use to tackle technical debt and to improve code quality.
Whether you are writing source code alone or collaboratively, this presentation will provide strategies to keep your code quality where it should be so that you may quickly implement features in your application.


Ihor Fesenko - Application Architect at SoftServe Inc. and Microsoft® Most Valuable Professional. He is passionate about designing and developing distributed, scalable and secure web applications and cloud-enabled solutions. Proficient in C# & Microsoft Azure, has managed and assessed multiple projects focusing on high performance and large data solutions, taking advantage of all the features and capabilities available on a target platform. His current focus is on the building and improvement of scalable and secure web applications, cloud-enabled applications and operations. Igor is also a contributor to a number of Open Source projects and a speaker at local and international technical conferences, meetups and user groups.


18:30 - 19:00: registration , welcome-coffee and snacks
19:00 - 20:00: lecture part
20:00 - 21:30: Q&A + networking

Event details:

Date: February 27th
Location: Kyiv, Ievhena Sverstiuka str. 2A, 3rd floor. Livoberezhnyi BC
Language: Russian
Ticket price: 100 UAH.


Last Thursday together with Ihor Fesenko we were discussing instruments and methods of lifting code quality higher. Thank all participants for coming, we hope that gained knowledge will be useful in your work.

by Svitla Team
February 13, 2020

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