Speaking at nPlus1 ArcSummit- Chicago


On December 7, I’ll be speaking at the nPlus1 ArcSummit for the optional morning session. I’d love to see the place packed! Here are the details:

https://www.clicktoattend.com/invitation.aspx?code=142763

About nPlus1.org

nPlus1.org is a site dedicated to helping Architects, aspiring Architects and Lead Developers learn, connect and contribute. On this site you’ll have access to great first party content written by some of the most skilled and experienced Architects working today. You’ll also have access to, and be able to contribute to a nexus of content from around the Internet aimed at keeping Architects up to date on all the new developments in their fields of interest.

When

Monday December 7, 2009 – 10:00PM to 5:00PM

Where

Microsoft MTC – Aon Center

200 E. Randolph

Suite 200

Chicago, IL 60601

driving directions

Free Lunch Provided

Agenda

Morning Session (Optional): An Introduction to Object Oriented Programming

10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Are you new to OOP? Do you want a refresher on the benefits of Interfaces and the differences between implements and extends? The morning session is a two hour introductory course of Object Oriented Programming. If you are new to OOP the lessons in this session will prepare you for the more advanced topics in the afternoon.

If you are already well versed in OOP then feel free to come have a refresher, or simply join us for lunch and the advanced sessions in the afternoon. The morning session is completely optional.

Afternoon sessions:
Session One: Software Patterns

Patterns are an important tool to use as architects and developers. They provide a common vocabulary for us to design with, as well as a common approach to a common problem. Come learn about useful patterns, and how to use them in your everyday code.

Session Two: How I Learned To Love Dependency Injection

Dependency Injection is one of those scary topics that most developers avoid. It sounds all ‘high-falootin’ and complex. It’s not. Really. We wouldn’t lie. It’s a great way to manage complexity in your system, and a great way to make your system so much more testable. And isn’t that what we all want?

Each session will be followed by open discussions periods.

A catered lunch will be provided starting at noon. This will divide the morning introductory sessions from the advanced sessions. Register once for all session and choose to attend the morning, the afternoon or both! Lunch is provided for attendees for any of the sessions.

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