We recently teamed up with the good folks at LinkedIn .Net User Group (LIDNUG) to help raise awareness about the benefits of aspect-oriented programming (AOP). On November 3rd, from 9:00 AM (PT) to 10:30 AM (PT), Gael will speak about the problems with conventional programming, give a gentle introduction to AOP, show how it works, and explain why .Net developers should be using it to eliminate crap code from their lives.

Sneak Preview:

Produce Cleaner Code with Aspect-Oriented Programming

Here is the agenda:

  1. 0 to 15 min: AOP Introduction and Myth Busting.

    The session begins with a gentle introduction to AOP and sets the record straight on some common, yet misinformed, beliefs about AOP.

  2. 16 to 30 min: Live Coding.

    Gael shows how to generate more concise and readable code by using aspects to refactor a multi-threaded WPF application.

  3. 31 to 45 min: Build-time Benefits.

    Gael explains the advantages and benefits of build-time weaving compared to DynamicObject.

  4. 46 to 60 min: Live Coding.

    Gael demonstrates how AOP can implement complex patterns for you: e.g. generate all the code behind INotifyPropertyChanged

  5. 61 to 90 min: Q&A

    Gael answers your questions about AOP

Join us next Wednesday, November 3rd from 9:00 AM (PT) to 10:30 AM (PT) via Live Meeting.

Reserve your spot at the LinkedIn .Net User Group event announcement page here:

We look forward to seeing you there.


Comments (5) -

10/29/2010 10:47:36 AM #

Could you please next time include time in GMT too?

Thanks in advance

Britt King
Britt King
10/29/2010 10:56:56 AM #

That's 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM GMT.

11/9/2010 2:10:49 PM #

I missed this presentation, is there a recording available that I could download?

Britt King
Britt King
11/9/2010 3:06:33 PM #

Hi Michael. Thanks for your interest in Gael's presentation. You can find it archived at: http://www.lidnug.org/Archives.aspx

11/9/2010 4:35:58 PM #

Thanks. I just downloaded it and the slides aren't showing up...do i need some kind of plugin?

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