Show Me Your Error Screens!

You’ve heard of Test-Driven Design, but have you ever thought about Failure-Driven Design? It is bound to happen, there are going to be times when dependent services are not available to your front-facing code. That can be the moment that really makes or breaks the user experience. Sure, we all want 100% uptime, but that’s not realistic. So, let’s re-think errors, and make them fun! Leslie is going to walk though some examples where errors screens became fun, and when a little bit of forethought could even make the dreaded error screen avoidable.

Leslie Chapman

Leslie Chapman

Distinguished Software Engineer, Comcast

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