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Legacy Code Rocks

Legacy Code Rocks explores the world of modernizing existing software applications. Hosts Andrea Goulet and M. Scott Ford of Corgibytes are out to change the way you think about legacy code. If you’re like a lot of people, when you hear the words “legacy code” it conjures up images of big mainframes and archaic punch card machines. While that’s true — it only tells a small part of the story. The truth is, the code you leave behind is your legacy, so let's make it a good one.
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Aug 26, 2016

Michael Vizdos is an entrepreneur and a certified Scrum and Agile trainer. In this episode, we discuss Scrum, Agile and how different forms of project management impact your codebase.

Aug 9, 2016

Woody Zuill is a veteran programmer, software development project manager and creator of mob programming. In this episode, we discuss what mob programming entails and its value in terms of increased productivity.

Jul 27, 2016

Declan Wheelan is an Agile coach and trainer as well as a board member of the Agile Alliance. In this episode, we discuss the concept of technical wealth, increasing a team's ability to deliver valuable software as quickly as possible.

Jun 6, 2016

Llewellyn Falco is a technical coach and the creator of Approval Tests. In this episode, we go into how using Approval Tests can help your team communicate better and work on fragile codebases with confidence. 

May 17, 2016

Andrea Goulet and Scott Ford from Corgibytes kick off the first episode of the Legacy Code Rocks podcast. In this episode, they discuss the idea of Makers (the developers who like to build things) and Menders (devs who like to fix things). 

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