Cleaning the TradeMe kitchen

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Description

This session will show .NET developers how to tackle refactoring of big, old, codebases with reference to a few approaches we've tried at Trade Me - some successful, and some less successful. This talk will cover how legacy codebases get into the state we've all seen them in, and how to set about getting them out of that state. You'll learn how to choose the right projects, get management buy-in for them and, hopefully, actually enjoy delivering projects on legacy codebases.

Day:

3

Level:

Level 200

Session Type:

Breakout Session

Code:

ARC213

Room:

Marlborough

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    Bill44077

    Hi,

    I get a "Failed - Server problem" when I try to download the wmv. I've gotten many other downloads from this TechEd. Anyone else?

    regards!

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    Frithjof

    The download is actually the recording of session WCL201. Please upload the correct session!

    Thanks,
    Frithjof

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    terrychapman

    Opps!  The Web pixies dropped the ball.  Correct video coming soon. Smiley

    Terry (TechEd Architecture Track owner)

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    Bill44077

    This session is still not available?

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    Frithjof

    I just downloaded 1.5 GB the second time, just to confirm that this is still the wrong video.

    Frithjof

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    Richard

    Any chance this will be corrected? or has it fallen into the void?

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    gduncan411

    I've started the ball rolling on trying to get this resolved...

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    roshananand

    The video was unfortunately lost in production. The slides have been uploaded and are available for download above.

    Roshan (Microsoft NZ DPE Team)

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    terrychapman

    Sorry about the loss of the video for this session.

    Ben (one of the TradeMe presenters for this session) has kindly offered up his email contact details (ben.amor(at)trademe.co.nz) if folks would like more information after reviewing the slide deck above.

    Terry (TechEd Architecture Track owner)

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