Devoxx UK 2019
from Wednesday 8 May to Friday 10 May 2019.
Alexander Schwartz is a Principal IT Consultant at msg. He’s been in Web development for more than 15 years and enjoys productive working environments, agile projects, automated tests and automated builds. He cares for scripted infrastructure and state of the art monitoring. At conferences and user group meetings he talks about the things he is passionate about.
See also https://www.ahus1.de
So your team has agreed on naming conventions for classes and how to structure classes in packages. Last week you found out that a specific class is error prone to use. Writing this down in a Wiki will not allow for automatic checks. Tools that produce dashboards look nice at first sight, but will fall into oblivion soon.
The library ArchUnit allows you to code your project’s rules as tests in pure Java code. They will execute like any other unit test. Developers can run them locally before they commit the code. When the tests fail, they provide a descriptive error message.
This talk shows how to code architecture rules and best practices as ArchUnit tests. It will compare ArchUnit with other tools to show limits and advantages of this approach.
People often say documentation is boring. But not us!
Let’s talk about documentation. How do you write it? How do you publish it? What tools do you use? What are the current trends? How do you encourage other people to participate? How can we make documentation more approachable?
Let’s share ways to improve our documentation and to encourage others to love, appreciate, and value documentation as much as we do.