Category: ESUG

#ESUG16: More XP-rience

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Date: Thursday, August 25, 4:00 to 4:30 p.m. Abstract: In the 15 years since I last presented my ‘XP-rience’ of eXtreme Programming to ESUG, I’ve had a lot more experience: of working in partly and wholly not-colocated teams; of how I and others actually think while doing XP; of the disadvantages and positive advantages of non-colocation; of what is most used and most needed in tools. This talk will let you (and me) discover if I’ve learned anything in the last decade and a half.

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#ESUG16: seamless – Object Oriented CMS System

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Date: Thursday, August 25, 4:30 to 5:00 p.m. Abstract: Since 1992 HTML-Websites are available on the Internet. But HTML does not scale, CMS became available. Classical CMS do not scale to flexibility. Thus Georg Heeg eK uses a typical Smalltalk approach: Take Seaside and seaBreeze and Objects and build an Object Oriented CMS system.

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