Roughing it: IoC, AoP and Mocking without frameworks with Ashic Mahtab

Canary Wharf .NET User Group
Wed, 2 May 2012, 17:30 - 19:30 (Add to calendar) GMT
(Exact location not available) , London, GB

In this session, Ashic takes us back to basics. He will talk about howyou don't need to depend on frameworks to help you write good,testable SOLID code. There are some magicalframeworks out there which do some wonderful things, but if you cansurvive by yourself in the wilderness of your own code you will be abetter developer for it. A lot of the value that these frameworksprovide can be achieved through classic object oriented practices inand a dash of functional programming.

The session will target three things:

1. IoC: where it fits, where to do it and how to use the commandpattern. How functional programming techniques in plain old C# cangive inversion of control without outside help.

2. Aspect Oriented Programming: How decorator classes and delegateskeep things simple and avoid things like IL weaving (mangling) andruntime code generation.

3. Mocking: How proper encapsulation and event driven approaches canresult in domain models that are easily testable without touchingtheir code, and what value this brings.



Ashic is a Software Consultant and has been with .NET since the 1.0 beta days. He is a moderator of the official ASP.NET community, an ASP.NET MVP and is passionate about software architecture and design.

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