Developers only need to specify unconventional aspects of the application and worry only about the unconventional parts of the application and architecture. Convention over configuration is a software design principle, philosophy, and technique implied from the structure of the code instead of requiring explicit code. letting the code "just figure it out" from using naming conventions instead of explicit code or finding ways to avoid duplicating information in the system. Developers don't need to use a particular methodology or approach while that approach of a methodology is true. During the development process, lots of events could occur, so you should follow some conventions and know them. But be careful that Too much convention can make code confusing and make the system difficult to understand.