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This talk explains what it's and how Mikado Method works.

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Mikado method Mikado method Presentation Transcript

  • Mikado Method
  • A tool for large-scale refactorings
  • REFACTOR ? View slide
  • PRODUCT OWNER View slide
  • DEVELOPERS
  • GARDENING
  • APP
  • REFACTOR
  • Refactoring the old way is like removing an old stump… you will also leave some roots…
  • REFACTOR WITH BRANCHES
  • Refactoring using branches is like grafting fruit trees… you never know that what you can get.
  • MIKADO METHOD
  • Refactoring using the Mikado Method is like pruning ornamental trees… • You can work in an incremental process. • You can always change the shape. • You always see what you get.
  • REFACTORING THE OLD WAY
  • RIGOROUS ANALYSIS
  • GUESS
  • PROBLEMS
  • APP My change
  • APP My change
  • APP My change
  • APP My change
  • APP My change
  • APP My change
  • REVERT
  • REFACTORING USING BRANCHES
  • WHEN THE BRANCH IS CREATED
  • MERGING BRANCHES
  • AFTER MERGING BRANCHES
  • PROBLEMS
  • REFACTORING MIKADO METHOD
  • Do you know how to play mikado game?
  • INCREMENTAL
  • LIGHTWEIGHT
  • VISIBILITY
  • STABILITY
  • CONTINUOS DEPLOYMENT
  • COMMUNICATION
  • LEARNING
  • WORK DONE
  • COLLABORATION
  • WORKLOAD
  • EASY
  • HOW IT WORKS ?
  • COMPILED & INTERPRETED
  • STEP 1 Naive implementation
  • STEP 1.1 Is something new failing ? YES - STEP 2 NO - STEP 8
  • STEP 2 What is failing?
  • STEP 3 Document the pre-requisites to fix that is failing
  • STEP 4 Document the graph
  • STEP 5 Revert your changes.
  • STEP 5.1 There are more pre-requisites in this level? YES - STEP 6 NO - STEP 7
  • STEP 6 Get the next pre-requisite GOTO STEP 1 repeat the process
  • STEP 7 Down one level GOTO STEP 5.1
  • STEP 8 Pre-requisite has been FIXED
  • STEP 9 Document the graph
  • APP A change STEP 1
  • APP A change STEP 2
  • STEP 3-4 APP Pre-req Pre-req A change Pre-req
  • STEP 5 APP Pre-req Pre-req A change Pre-req
  • STEP 5 APP Pre-req Pre-req A change Pre-req
  • STEP 6-1 APP Pre-req Pre-req A change Pre-req
  • STEP 2 APP Pre-req Pre-req A change Pre-req
  • Pre-req STEP 3-4 APP Pre-req Pre-req Pre-req A change Pre-req
  • Pre-req STEP 5 APP Pre-req Pre-req Pre-req A change Pre-req
  • Pre-req STEP 1 APP Pre-req Pre-req Pre-req A change Pre-req
  • Pre-req STEP 1 APP Pre-req Pre-req Pre-req A change Pre-req
  • Pre-req STEP 1 APP Pre-req Pre-req Pre-req A change Pre-req
  • Pre-req STEP 1 APP Pre-req Pre-req Pre-req A change Pre-req
  • Pre-req STEP 1 APP Pre-req Pre-req Pre-req A change Pre-req
  • Pre-req STEP 1 APP Pre-req Pre-req Pre-req A change Pre-req
  • WRITE DOWN YOUR GOAL SEEK THINGS TO TRY BACK OUT BROKEN CODE FIX THE PRE-REQUISITES RECURSIVELY
  • ALWAYS DELIVERABLE FROM THE MAIN BRANCH No more broken environments No more merging issues
  • GOAL FOCUS Do only the necessary
  • VISUALIZATION OF GRAPH Best documentation Improve communication Improve cooperation
  • HAPPY TEAM