Throw exceptions... out of your codebase

Throwing exceptions is often used to handle errors, validations, and other specific use cases. It is considered by many to be the standard way of indicating a failure and providing feedback to the caller. However, this approach can cause significant issues like being hard to detect, obfuscating the flow or leaving the system invalid.

In this talk, I want to show you a faster alternative that offers more transparency and predictability. We will see how to integrate ideas from the Functional paradigm, such as "Monads", into an Object-Oriented codebase using a real-life project: Vonage's open-source .NET SDK. This talk will be the perfect opportunity to show you what they are and how easy they are to use.

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Guillaume Faas
Guillaume Faas

Building software has always been a passion of mine. This is still true after almost 15 years of experience in various environments and business sectors. I've never really considered it work but "problems to solve". Yes, I love puzzles or anything th...