Monthly Meetup: SOLID Development Patterns for Mere Mortals

Louisville .NET Meetup Group
15-16 Sep 2011 (Add to calendar) GMT
312 Whittington Pkwy Suite 111 , Louisville, US

We will meet on Thurdsay, September 15 at Addecco's offices at 101 Bullitt Lane.  DOors will open at 6:30 pm and the presentations will begin sharply at 7:00 pm.  Along with a great presentation, we'll have food and raffle prizes.  Be sure to RSVP so we know how much food is needed.


Solid Developer Patterns for Mere Mortals

Software development patterns have been around long before the MVC Framework gained momentum.  In this session we will start with a review of Robert C. Martin's (Uncle Bob) SOLID macronym.  After building the proper foundation, I will show you several development patterns, their C# implementation, and when and how they should be used in modern software development.

An international speaker, Microsoft MVP, MCSD, CSM, and CSP, and a passionate member of the developer community, Phil Japikse has been working with .Net since the first betas, developing software for over 20 years, and heavily involved in the agile community since 2005. Phil works as the Patterns and Practices Evangelist for Telerik (, and serves as the Lead Director for the Cincinnati .Net User’s Group and the Cincinnati Software Architect Group Phil is also the founder and president of Agile Conferences, Inc., a non-profit dedicated to advancing agile in all aspects of software development. In his spare time, Phil works part-time as a Firefighter/Paramedic, serves as Cub Master for his sons’ Cub Scout Pack, and volunteers for the National Ski Patrol. You can follow Phil on twitter via and read his blog at

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