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Why JMatter Matters

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January 30, 2010 10:40 AM

Austin, TX

Austin, TX

Over the last decade, we've witnessed many innovations and improvements to the state of software development. Today, we're equipped with more and better software tools, with powerful programming languages, and have at our disposal a myriad of quality open source libraries and frameworks to leverage in our work. Yet despite these advances, software development today is in many ways more complicated than it's ever been. The effort required to realize a software solution today is considerable. What are the problems standing in our way? JMatter is an open source Java project that embraces many of the ideas behind the Naked Objects architectural pattern and Domain-Driven Design. Perhaps more importantly, JMatter embodies a yearning to make software development a simpler and more manageable endeavor. In this talk, Eitan will introduce the JMatter project, and discuss the ideas that JMatter promotes to address many of the problems we face today in software development.

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