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GOTO 2020 • Yule Special • Fowler, Thomas, Rosenthal, Amundsen, Feldman, Jurić, Schön, Hunt & Corry


This conversation was recorded for the GOTO Book Club. #GOTOcon #GOTOBookClub
Martin Fowler - Chief Scientist at ThoughtWorks Pragmatic Dave Thomas - Co-Author of "The Pragmatic Programmer" Casey Rosenthal - Co-Author of "Chaos Engineering" Mike Amundsen - Author of "Design and Build Great Web APIs" Richard Feldman - Author of "Elm in Action" Saša Jurić - Author of "Elixir in Action" Erik Schön - Author of "The Art of Strategy" Andy Hunt -
Co-Author of "The Pragmatic Programmer" Aino Vonge Corry - Author of "Retrospectives Antipatterns"
DESCRIPTION “Code like there is no tomorrow”. 2020 has been a difficult year for most of us but some good things did happen. We have gathered the lineup of the Book Club Season One to review what were the good things that happened this year, what were the bad things and how can software change the world in which we are living for the better. Join Martin Fowler, Richard Feldman, Mike Amundsen, Dave Thomas, Erik Schön, Saša Jurić, Casey Rosenthal, Andy Hunt and Aino Vonge Corry as they set out to highlight their year in review and draw some main learnings.
TIMECODES 00:00 Intro 00:53 What would you be doing? 04:12 Positive things from 2020 14:33 Negative things from 2020 24:15 Thoughts from Andy Hunt 26:57 What should we learn from this? 37:03 Outro
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RECOMMENDED BOOKS Retrospective Antipatterns: The Art of Strategy: Elm in Action: Pragmatic Programmer 2: Monolith to Microservices: Design and Build Great Web APIs: Elixir in Action: Chaos Engineering: #LegendsOfSoftware #Programming #2020Retrospective #Retrospective #MartinFowler #DaveThomas #CaseyRosenthal #MikeAmundsen #RichardFeldman #SasaJuric #ErikSchoen #AndyHunt #AinoVongeCorry #BookClub
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