[WSO2Con USA 2018] Implementing Standard Software Practices with WSO2

  • By Vichitra Godamunne
  • 3 Jul, 2018

Implementing Standard Software Practices with WSO2

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Implementing Standard Software Practices with WSO2

David Escandell Technical Lead, Tractor Supply Company
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Initially, we implemented WSO2 without regard for standard software practices such as coding standards, builds, version control, and code review tools. Of course, there was a lot missing in our process. We were unable to keep track of changes and guarantee code quality. With WSO2's help, we were able to write a coding standard which we now utilize at TractorSupply Company to make sure services are written in a common, well performing way. This session is not meant to cover the gamut of the tools and processes that are available - that would take a full conference. The intention here is to present the tools that we use as well as the problems they are intended to solve. It is always helpful to see how other people are accomplishing real world problems. This will include:

  • Maven build scripts
  • Subversion branching and tagging procedures
  • Hudson build plans
  • Sample coding standards
  • Lessons learned
  • Development processes

Presenter

David Escandell Technical Lead, Tractor Supply Company

David Escandell is a software developer with 23 years of experience in the industry. He began professional life in Smalltalk, but won't admit to it. He has worked with Java since its inception. He has led multiple teams of developers from offshore to onshore. His passion is to make things better for the developer.