The only barrier to learning a language is memory. - The process of language learning is the process of forming memories. Nothing more, nothing less. If you understand that, and you understand how memories are formed, then you can make progress in a way you’ve never dreamed possible before. Gabriel Wyner is an author, opera singer and polyglot based in Chicago. After reaching fluency in German in 14 weeks with the help of the immersive Middlebury Language Schools, he fell in love with the process of language learning, going on to spend two months in intensive Italian courses in Perugia, Italy. Searching for ways to bring the immersion experience into the home, he began to develop a system that rapidly builds fluency in short, daily sessions. In 2010, his efforts paid off. He learned French to fluency in 5 months, and then Russian in 10 months.
Born in Los Angeles, he graduated summa cum laude in 2007 from the University of Southern California with dual degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Vocal Arts Performance, and was awarded the Renaissance Scholar’s prize for excellence in unrelated disciplines. He then moved to Vienna to pursue triple Master’s degrees at the Konservatorium Wien in Opera, Lieder and Voice, and graduated with honors in 2011.
Currently learning Japanese, he’s learned Hungar…
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Fred Brooks’ essay "No Silver Bullet" taught us that no single technique can bring us an order-of-magnitude improvement within a single decade. In spite of this, from his ideas of essential and accidental complication, we can conclude something stunning about the nature of agile software development. This talk was recorded at Øredev conference 2013, and yes, I named this talk "7 minutes, 26 seconds" before I went on stage. :) Many thanks to Øredev for recording this talk.
After all those years, a bottle neck in software development is still the lack of long-term understanding between developers and domain experts. Domain-Driven Design (DDD) certainly addresses that and at the core of DDD is the focus on reaching deep and shared understanding to together coming up with a better solution than ever before.
That can be taken to a new level with using business centric languages for describing the solution domain. The benefits are huge! One way of describing this is: some requirement descriptions = the code that executes = the documentation
The description of the solution domain is then executed by an engine which is created and maintained by the core developers. Most architecture opinions and decisions are taken care of at the engine level. The end result is a very small amount of code, both the engine code and the description of the solution domain.
In this presentation we will describe the key parts of this concept. You will be able to try it out in your own projects afterwards!
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