Layered design and normalized behavior vs. "The other way"

One of the LCNUG members, Kurt Schroeder, has volunteered to present at this month’s regular meeting. We’re a typical INETA group: food/tech/discussion during the 2 hour meeting. Kurt’s talk is definitely technical, but his talk focuses on the lessons learned while constructing a system quickly and then rebuilding it to make the system better (easier to maintain, enhance, and comprehend).

Kurt will be spending a lot of time in code, showing the original implementation and showing how it morphed over time. We all have bad code in our systems that we want to make better. See how Kurt evolved the ever so sexy sounding “stock market system based on point and figure charting.” Trust me-it’ll be interesting.

Join us:

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When: March 26, 2009 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Where: College of Lake County: Technology Building in room T326-328.


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