When it comes to .Net software development, more and more frameworks enter the market. Both from Microsoft and in open source. Just think of all the very useful frameworks, such as ASP.NET MVC, Castle, WF, Entity Framework, Unity, Linq2SQL, ADO.NET Data
Services, WCF, nHibernate, Spring.NET, CSLA, NUnit, Enterprise Library or ADF. Once a project chooses to apply one or more frameworks, trouble begins. What if you require additional features that aren’t implemented in the framework? What if you decide that
another framework would have been better and want to switch halfway your project? What if the author of your favorite open source framework suddenly stops developing? What if the framework contains bugs or omissions? And what if a new version of the framework
is released that is implemented totally different? These and many more everyday problems will cause your project to come to a halt, or at least make you perform serious refactoring. During this highly interactive talk Sander Hoogendoorn, principal technology
officer at Capgemini, chief architect of Capgemini’s agile Accelerated Delivery Platform, and member of Microsoft’s Visual Studio Advisory Board, will demonstrate pragmatic software architectures and patterns that will help your projects to stay away from
framework problems, and how to keep your code independent of framework choices. In his well known slightly ironic style Sander will present different models of layered architectures, and explain and use bridge patterns, managers, dependency injection, descriptors,
and layer super-types. Of course, the speaker will illustrate these insightful patterns with lots of demo’s and (bad) code examples using blocks from Microsoft’s Enterprise Library, nHibernate, Log4Net, and the Entity Framework. Delegates will benefit from
this talk by learning how to improve the structure and quality of their software architecture and code, and how to avoid the pitfalls of applying frameworks to .Net software development.
Deze video is opgenomen tijdens de DevDays in Den Haag in juni 2009. DevDays is het grootste evenement op het vlak van softwareontwikkeling en -architectuur in Nederland. Duizenden development professionals bezoeken dit jaarlijkse evenement om in twee dagen
weer volledig op de hoogte te zijn van alle ontwikkelingen op hun vakgebied.