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Ursula Sarracini will be speaking on Old Meets New: Codebases. When your codebase has 13 million lines of code, is written in C++/XUL, and dates back to 1998, it may seem like an impossible task to write a modern web app using technologies like React, and tools like Github, while still managing a graceful integration with the existing codebase. This talk will examine the challenges of developing new functionality in a legacy codebase in three ways: technical and testing, source control and issue tracking, and human and cultural.
6.15 pm – Doors open, receive visitor badges & grab food
6.45 pm – Door close & first talk starts
7.15 pm – First talk ends – time to mingle
7.30 pm – Second talk begins
8.00 pm – Talks end
8.30 pm – Doors close
ExploreTech Toronto is about exploring and celebrating diversity in the tech industry – in the technology we use, the roles and people. You will get a chance to hear from a variety of speakers who are working on interesting technical projects. We will feature speakers in different roles from Developers (front-end, backend, devops & Ops), Project Owners, and Designers.
Our focus is in creating technical speaking opportunities for new speakers in Toronto’s technology community and to help achieve true gender balance within our local tech leadership. Our events will showcase at least 50% female speakers.
Highly experienced devs/POs/designers in tech willing to share their expertise & experiences through 15-20 minute presentations.
Come join us for some food, drinks, mingling & listen to some interesting talks!Back to all