Matt Brunt is a back end software engineer with Viva IT, speaker, mentor and OSS contributor.
Day-to-day he works primarily with PHP writing back-end software, services and systems. Alongside this he mentors, teaches and leads a development team, helping them to grow into their full potential.
In his spare time, he’s an organiser for the PHP East Midlands user group, and the PHP East Midlands yearly Unconference. He blogs at mfyu.co.uk and when not tinkering with code he can be found reading comics, fighting monsters in dungeons and dragons, or drinking tea and eating jaffa-cakes.
You enter the dungeon, as the echoes of your footsteps sound around you, something catches your eye - is that… oh, oh no.
You grab your trusty sword and with your fellow adventurers, you seek to overcome the mighty challenge that lays ahead of you: building software.
This talk is a look at some of the parallels between Dungeons and Dragons, and software development.
We’ll see how lessons learned through delving into dungeons and fighting monsters with a party of adventurers can help teams of developers when building software in the real world.
Are you ready to join me in a mighty quest for better software?
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