Recorded live at devLink in Nashville, Tennessee. Billy Hollis, Kathleen Dollard, Jim Holmes, and Josh Holmes (no relation) discuss the issue of the complexity of software development. Several .NET celebrities in the audience also chimed in.
Billy Hollis is a software designer and developer with a contrarian streak that often challenges conventional wisdom in the industry. He has a consulting practice in Nashville, Tennessee, USA. He and his team focus on user experience design (UX), advanced user interface development, rules-based architectures, and healthcare systems. He teaches design classes for UX and technical classes on XAML and Windows 8. Unlike many instructors, he can usually keep you awake for the entire class.
Kathleen Dollard is .NET Coach for Crystal MEF Lab focusing on mentoring partnerships. She’s passionate about helping individuals and teams up their game, without disrupting project schedules. She has been a Microsoft MVP since 1998, has given hundreds of speeches around the world and published numerous articles on .NET. She’s a Pluralisght author, including the recently released “What’s New in .NET 4.5” and the upcoming “.NET Puzzles, Gotchas and Cautionary Tales.” She teaches core .NET technologies to let coders write better software faster.
Father. Husband. Geek. Veteran. Around 25 years IT experience. Co-author of “Windows Developer Power Tools.” Coffee Roaster. MVP for C#. Chief Cat Herder of the CodeMash Conference. Diabetic. Runner. Liked 5th grade so much he did it twice. One-time setter, middle blocker, and weakside hitter. Blogger (http://FrazzledDad.com). Evangelist for Telerik’s Test Studio, an awesome set of tools to help teams deliver better software. Big fan of naps.
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