Watch the Cheltenham and Gloucester branch exploring the software development life cycle.
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In today’s world, every business must have a web presence. And it is incredibly easy for any small business to use a website builder, and start collecting user information and processing payment transactions.
People don’t know what they don’t know, and it’s all too easy for developers in a small IT business to reinvent the wheel, badly. There are many tried and tested best practices, that ensure high-quality software is produced to a professional standard.
Join me as I explore the software development life cycle and some of the common pitfalls. I will call out bad habits in software development, and highlight how to avoid them.
I’ll cover how to build, test, and deploy, web applications and financial service applications. And how to build quality into your process.
About the speaker
Chris Blackwell, iPipeline Senior Developer, Security representative
Chris is a Senior .Net Developer, with over 10 years of experience in software development, ranging from small websites to software as a service platform, mobile development, and application security.
Chris is a graduate of computer science, a certified AWS professional and security specialist, as well as a CompTIA Secure Infrastructure Specialist. He is also an OWASP member and the Early Career Advocate of the Cheltenham and Gloucester BCS (British Computer Society) branch committee.
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