Mike Ryan talks with John, Ward, and Dan about technical debt and his role maintaining Ngrx. Questions such as how do you manage versions? What do you recommend for new projects? How to design to avoid technical debt? When to start fresh or use old methods? And what Mike wishes he knew back then that he knows now.
John Papa @John_Papa
Ward Bell @WardBell
Dan Wahlin @DanWahlin
Craig Shoemaker @craigshoemaker
Mike Ryan @MikeRyanDev
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- Martin Fowler on Technical Debt
- SemVer (Semantic Versioning)
- How We Build Code at Netflix
- Waterfall vs Agile
- More on Agile vs Waterfall
- BDUF (“Big Design Up Front”)
- YAGNI - You Aint Gunna Need It
- AHA - Avoid Hasty Abstractions
- How to identify tech debt
- Angular CLI's ng update
- Introduction to Microservices
- Baby Yoda (Grogu) toy example
- 01:47:10 Guest introduction
- 02:33:17 What is it like to maintain Ngrx?
- 05:46:00 Managing versions
- 07:56:00 Recommendations for new projects
- 11:08:08 Sponsor: Ag Grid
- 12:18:05 Designing to avoid tech debt
- 14:55:02 How do you decide whether to start fresh or use old methods?
- 28:25:00 Sponsor: Nrwl
- 29:01:00 Do you rewrite projects?
- 36:58:12 What do you wish you knew then that you know now?
- 37:55:11 Final thoughts
Podcast editing on this episode done by Chris Enns of Lemon Productions.