Masterclass: Reducing Technical Debt with Michael C. Feathers

By On November 30, 2012 At 9:37 am

Working Effectively With Legacy Code

Michael Feathers is hosting a Masterclass on Reducing Technical Debt in London, UK on Tuesday, 26 January and Wednesday, 27 February, 2013.

This Masterclass is aimed to help experienced developers dealing with software code in complex projects. It will help you learn how to make big changes in large software projects and learn techniques along the continuum of team coordinated re-factoring, re-writing, and advanced team projects which help maximize the potential of existing code.

Working Effectively With Legacy Code

The session in January is already sold out, so make sure you put your name on the wishlist to join the one in February here!

If you can’t make the session, I recommend reading Michael Feathers book, “Working Effectively with Legacy Code“.

FREE Report: How to Monetize Application Technical Debt — Gartner & CAST
A Data-Driven Approach to Balance Delivery & Agility with Business Risk

Technical Debt has been growing exponentially as maintenance is starved and development teams are forced to cut corners to meet increasingly unrealistic delivery schedules. CAST clearly defines Technical Debt so it can be measured and then juxtaposed with the business value of applications to inform critical tradeoff between delivery agility and business risk.

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  1. Hi there,

    As the February date with Michael Feathers is sold out, please note that he is delivering a 2-day masterclass on Reducing Technical Debt in London on April 10th – 11th. We still have places available. You can read more and book your places here:

    Kind regards,


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