Location: IDCAST/UDRI, TechTown, 711 East Monument Avenue, Suite 101 in downtown Dayton. Google Map
As developers and architects, we commonly partition applications across various lines in an attempt to decompose them into small pieces that are easier to envision, plan and explain. For this discussion, I want to decompose the application into two pieces: business and infrastructure. The business side is how our applications deliver value. The infrastructure piece forms the foundation, displays the screens and sends email. All applications have it. All applications need it.
Spring.Net is an open-source application framework that is frequently used as part of an application’s infrastructure. In this presentation we’ll take a look at some of the services that Spring.Net provides such as its Inversion-of-Control container, support for ASP.Net, Aspect Oriented Programming, Expression Evaluation, task scheduling and more.
Bio: Michael Levy is a Microsoft Practice Director for Strategic Data Systems (SDS). Mike has been delivering software solutions to clients, in a variety of industries, for over 20 years. He is an active participate in the software community and, through the years, has spoken on a variety of topics at multiple conferences and user groups. As you read this, Mike is probably in front of a computer practicing the ancient art of Sleeping with Your Eyes Open when he should be contributing to nPlus1.org.
Grok Talk: Generics - Jim Holmes will continue our software development fundamentals series with an introduction to generics.