Data-oriented programming encourages us to model data as (immutable) data, and keep the code that embodies the business logic of how we act on that data separately. This means stepping away from the traditional OO approach. In this talk I will go into what problems this solves, when to apply this pattern and how Kotlin’s data classes, sealed classes and powerful pattern matching can help you with this (And we will learn a bit of type theory on the way).
About the Speaker Ties van de Ven
Ties is a Senior Software Engineer working for JDriven. He began his career mostly working on fixing bugs in a big monolithic application. This made him passionate about exploring concepts and ways to code to prevent bugs from ever occurring. He embraces this passion in his daily life by helping companies with architecture, programming, and training as a Sofware Consultant for JDriven.