The CASA Web Framework is now 4 years old. To celebrate its remarkable success, Ben Collier talks to BPDTS Lead Engineer James Gauld about the past, present, and exciting future of the system.
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Ben Collier is a lifelong software developer with a background in data science, service management, and security. He joined BPDTS in 2019 after positions in Architecture, Development, and Delivery at the likes of Sky, Open Banking, the BBC, BT Global Services, and within the NHS. He’s a passionate believer in pragmatic programming, enjoys delving into new technology, and gets his biggest kicks from delivering software that can stand the test of time.
BPDTS Engineering teams need to anticipate the future and plan for it. Changes expected to occur in the next decade are happening now, all at once. What trends are emerging, and what are the downstream consequences for software development?
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