Laurențiu Spilcă is a dedicated development lead and trainer at Endava, where he is responsible for leading and consulting on multiple projects from various locations in Europe, the United States, and Asia. He has been working in software development since 2007.
Laurenţiu believes it’s essential to not only deliver high-quality software but to also share knowledge and help others upskill. This belief has driven him to design and teach courses related to Java technologies and deliver presentations and workshops. Laurenţiu is also the author of Spring Security in Action (Manning, 2020), and he recently finished Spring Start Here (Manning, 2021).
Technical debt is a hidden sickness of a software system.
It doesn’t hurt, but it accumulates in time, making your software less reliable, less secure, and more challenging to manage and enhance.
Technical debt makes your app unprofitable at some point (the point of no return).
Technical debt is a critical factor that needs to be considered throughout the development of an app before it leads to the crucial point of no return.
In this discussion, you’ll learn what technical debt is, how to identify it, how to manage it, and why it is essential to take care of it and never let it grow.