Ignoring software trends: How adopting new technology can hurt your velocity

It takes 10 years to build great software. Imagine if, during these years, we tried every new framework or technology out there.

After all, isn't new technology supposed to make our software better?

Not really. Adding new technology to your project will probably hurt you more than you think.

In this talk, we'll see how you adding new technology to your software can add complexity, adds friction for new joiners, and reduce your velocity. We'll also discuss a process you can use to decide if a new technology is worth it, and how to go into implementing it in your project.

At the end of the day, you'll have a process under your belt to decide if a new technology is better for your projects.


Ahmed EL Azzabi

Ahmed EL Azzabi
Software Engineer

Software Engineer working on payments.

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