This post explores Swift’s Never via two real-world examples. It illustrates how we can write impossible to execute code — expressed via types. This reduces our need to use fatalError, and // This should never happen comments. Writing expressive, clean code is important for building quality products that are maintainable. Moreover — it feels good!
The best product teams have in fact already moved past how most teams practice these principles – leveraging the best of Lean and Agile, but raising the bar on what they’re trying to achieve and how they work.
The tips you need to ensure product success according to Marty Cagan
At Connected we are obsessed with great products. We often talk about the great products we worked on and the ones we wished we worked on. We even have a wall in our reception area dedicated to showing off our favourite ones. That’s why we decided to launch a series of products we love. Hear why our EVP of Growth and Client Experience, Tammy Chiasson, loves her product.
Hear why our EVP of Growth & Client Experience, Tammy Chiasson, loves her Peloton.
Hot on the heels of the Venture Out Career Fest this past February (which we thoroughly enjoyed!) a cross-guild group of Connectors converged on the Venture Out Conference hosted at MaRS in Toronto, which Connected also co-sponsored.
Diversity in tech gets a boost in Toronto with LGBTQ+ Venture Out Conference