It's time to talk about your Big Code problem!

Developer experience in the Age of Big Code: Today, every company has seen an explosion in the amount of code that they are dealing with compared to just 10 years ago. This leads to ‘The Big Code Problem’. We will explore the nature of the problem, what it means to developers and organizations and discuss approaches to help solve it.


Mark McCauley

Field CTO @Sourcegraph

Lifelong technologist, security expert and musician who has spent 30+ years building amazing experiences for organizations large and small. Experienced global executive having worked for various software companies including Sourcegraph, SAP, Oracle and SkillSoft, to name a few. Most notable project was as one of the founding executives of the Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix, Arizona where he lives with his wife and two sons.

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Tuesday Mar 28 / 05:25PM BST ( 50 minutes )


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