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bio website zapcase.com.ar/blog
location La Plata, Argentina
age 42
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Certified Scrum Master & Certified Scrum Developer. Hands-on software architect with broad experience in all aspects of object oriented analysis and design, mainly focused on financial domains. Direct experience with Java EE development and RUP on a large project. Interested in domain-driven design as well as technical issues regarding their implementation in critical software for large companies. Knowledgeable about legal issues surrounding IT misuse according to Argentine legislation. Knowledgeable about Project Management (PMBOK 4th edition). Knowledgeable about agile development. Direct experience applying XP practices on small teams and Scrum in larger teams. Interested in Android development. Excellent communication skills – written, verbal, and presentational. Currently coaching teams in order to facilitate Scrum adoption and collaborating in a large technological platform migration projects.

Specialties:

  • Object Oriented Analysis and Design (patterns, doman-driven design)
  • Architecture best practices
  • Scrum
  • Java technology
  • Web usability

More info about me (only in spanish by now): http://www.zapcase.com.ar/blog/el-autor/


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comment Object oriented programming concepts
I agree with the idea that designing software of any significant size, using OO, will requiere inheritance, but the question looks like rethorical, and with that context in mind for me is not mandatory the use of inheritance
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answered Object oriented programming concepts
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comment What is your application versioning strategy?
+1 I've been using this method also, inspired by Apache guidelines: commons.apache.org/releases/versioning.html
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comment When deciding on whether or not to work for a new company, what are your dealbreakers?
joelonsoftware.com/articles/FieldGuidetoDevelopers.html
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comment When deciding on whether or not to work for a new company, what are your dealbreakers?
@Jess the good ones
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comment When deciding on whether or not to work for a new company, what are your dealbreakers?
@orokusai I totally agree with you, that's the point: no single monitor, no small monitors, as much RAM as you can get today...
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