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Visual Studio Live! Austin 2016: Coding, Composition, and Combinatorics

In the Wednesday general session, author, speaker, designer, developer, consultant, trainer, contrarian, and UI expert Billy Hollis offers his usual mix of humor, ranting, new ideas, and examples to help you understand why the combinatorics of composing offers you vast flexibility with less work, giving you the ability to create software with more value and stability.

Posted on 05/16/2016 at 12:43 PM


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