VGW-0187 PAAF : The passive aggressive annotation framework | Devoxx

Devoxx Belgium 2018
from Monday 12 November to Friday 16 November 2018.

   PAAF : The passive aggressive annotation framework


Java Language
Java Language
Beginner & novice level
BOF 1 Wednesday from 13:20 til 13:25

In a world in motion, where developers have to crawl out of their basements and have to start communicating with SM's, PO's and even business people, where 360's, retro's and feedback workshops are no longer the future, but the now(). There is still one taboo left to break: talking about code flaws, smells and flavour. Thats where PAAF comes in.

The Passive Aggressive Annotation Framework provides a set of type safe annotations that developers can use to express passive-aggressive statements; the framework is provided as a type safe alternative to comments.

In this talk we will walk you through the basics, do's, don'ts, tips and tricks. So your team can grow, so you can grow.

Java   Make Code Suck Less   open source project   development methodologies  
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Jeroen Horemans
Jeroen Horemans
From Hypernation

I'm a freelance java developer with a focus on good testable code and new technologies.

Specialties: Java, Hibernate, Spring

Nick Vanderhoven
Nick Vanderhoven
From CCV

Nick Vanderhoven is an engineer that has been struggling with an identity crisis ever since Java changed the 1.0 AWT event delegation model back in '97. In the past 15 years, he has been involved in several consultancy projects, startups, fintechs, telecom and governmental institutions. Also as a speaker/teacher. If you need to draw his attention, start talking about SRS Guideline Tetris.

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