The Modern Developer
The “Modern Developer”, TMD, is a robust concept for designing, developing, and delivering World Class solutions in the Modern Technology age.
It is based on experience, research, success and most of all failure.
It is NOT the Only road map for development in the modern technology age.
The Modern Developer Blog and Website defines the Best Practices, Code Standards Design Patterns and Principles of at least one person that practices TMD every day:
This work started as a complete thought process, best practices in an Object Oriented Programming world and practical technology examples and philosophical book titled:
A Paradigm of Thought
– A Modern Development Philosophy –
I soon realized that an interactive information and education site would better serve my heart-felt responsibility:
To expose the younger generations of Technologists the wisdom I have achieved during my thirty-plus year journey through Technology. This Journey has earned me the right to compete on the world technology stage
The driving philosophy is the Modern Development consists of two paradigms of thought:
The Art of Software Development – The Design Principles, Code Standards, Design Patterns and Best Practices that are agnostic to the Development Sciences
The Science of Modern Development – Specific Platforms, Languages, Frameworks and related Technologies that have been the chosen disciplines of the Modern Developer
The Modern Developer is a lifetime student of the Art of Software Development and a daily practitioner of the their Selected Software Development Sciences.
The Modern Developer
… Is a Road Map for Earning a Ticket
….. To Play on Technology’s World Stage
Wisdom Pearl # 121 – Work Quality Concept
Your Work is Only as Good
… As How it is Perceived by the Next Person who Touches It
Positive Acceptance of your Work
… is Your Preeminent Responsibility
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I am a Principal Architect at Liquid Hub in the Philadelphia area specializing in Agile Practices as a Certified Scrum Master (CSM). I use Test Driven Development (TDD) and Acceptance Test Driven Development (ATDD) with Behavior Driven Development (BDD) as my bridge to Agile User Stories Acceptance Criteria in a Domain Driven Design (DDD) implementing true RESTful services