- Montreal 2024
Over the years, we've seen countless shifts in how applications are built. New languages and frameworks have streamlined development. Visual and no/low-code have empowered many to create apps. And now we have AI tools to develop code "for us." With these changes, where does this leave our developers? Is writing code obsolete?
Let's talk about where we are, where we're going, and how to get the most out of this new tool.
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Christopher is a long-time geek who's spent most of his career training, supporting, and upskilling developers. He's a web developer with passions from Python to DevOps to TypeScript to AI. In his current role as an Enterprise Advocate for GitHub, he seeks to help organizations improve their DevOps process and culture. When not found writing code, he can run, play Civilization, or spend time with his partner and their four-legged child (a rescue mutt).