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Thursday, March 14 2019
6:00pm - 9:00pm

Mobile Tea #24 - We ♥ clean code

On Thursday, March 14th starting at 6:00 pm, the MobileTea #Boston community will present the 24th edition of MobileTea hosted at Wayfair's Boston Office. This evening's event consists of knowledge and networking for anyone interested in innovative technologies, mobile e-commerce, and software design techniques for mobile development using Android, and iOS. Participation is “free as in beer” and consists of interspersed talks with networking sessions that include live music and hors d'oeuvres. -----------------------------------------------------------------------Registrations open at 5:30 PM, the event starts at 6:30 PM.----------------------------------------------------------------------- Event Program: 📍 Networking Session 1 - Live Music - Food & Drink 🔺 Introduction with Wayfair our wonderful sponsor 🔺 Agile Back to Basics - Robert C. Martin ( is Agile Development and how can it help? In this talk, Robert C. Martin, one of the founders of the Agile Alliance, describes what Agile Methods are, how they came to be, and how they can help a software organization become more productive. This talk begins at a high level suitable for beginners and executive and goes to the next level of detail describing the practices of agile management and development. Topics include: Estimation, Planning, Test Driven Development, Test Automation, Continuous Integration, Iterative Development, Pair Programming, and Organizing into Teams. 📍 Networking Session 2 - Live Music - Food & Drink 🔺 Through Our Pain, We Will Grow: Notes on Implementing an Emergent Architecture - Sean Olszewski { Pivotal } ( most agile architecture will be a flexible architecture - one which evolves over time in response to increased customer and technical understanding. However, our experiences as developers have exposed us to painful problems which we’d prefer to avoid again. This creates friction; we want to prevent over-engineering and big design up front while minimizing our exposure to the same pain over and over again. How do we do this without resorting to pattern pre-selection once we start on a codebase? Sean Olszewski will discuss his experiences working on many applications that implemented an emergent architecture - ranging from simple CRUD iOS apps to automated hydroponic systems. 🔺 Clean Architecture in Multiplatform Kotlin - Russell Wolf { Intrepid } ( the ability to target Javascript and LLVM in addition to Java and Android, Kotlin is fast becoming a viable language on many platforms. This means we have the opportunity both to interact with APIs on those platforms and to share code between them. We’ll talk through architecture and design of a Multiplatform Kotlin mobile app on Android and iOS, noting where it does and doesn’t make sense to share code. Along the way, we’ll see how clean architecture principles can inform this design and enable us to share what’s worth sharing without compromising our ability to use each platform’s native functionality and tooling. 🔺 Ten Little Secrets of JavaScript - Giorgio Natili ( is one of the most flexible programming languages I ever worked with. This flexibility sometimes makes engineers uncomfortable to use JavaScript in large code bases or, at least, make them skeptical about the stability and scalability of software built using JavaScript. During this talk, we will review together ten practices to prevent your code base to became a mess and to improve the readability and maintainability of your JavaScript code base. 🔺What is Extended Reality? - Dustin Jones { Wayfair }We will talk about what AR, VR, DR, and ML are, how they are used, and how Wayfair plans to use this technology to help its customers. I will show off some proof of concepts that 📍Networking Session 3 - Live Music - Food & Drink

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