Modern software development isn’t all that modern. Its origins are rooted in the original Macintosh, an era and environment lacking networking, slow processors with limited memory, and almost no collaboration between developers or the processes they wrote. Today, software is developed as though these constraints still remain.
We need a modern approach to building better software. Not just incremental improvements but fundamental leaps forward. This talk presents frameworks at the sociological, conceptual, and programmatic levels to rethink how software should be made, enabling a giant leap to better software.