Michael Wood explains the importance of using patterns in software design, exemplifying with Adapter, Decorator, Command, and several Factory patterns.
Michael Wood is a Microsoft Practice Director for Strategic Data Systems in Centerville, OH, but lives across the river in Kentucky. He describes himself as a problem solving, outdoorsy, user group leading, dog-loving, blog writing, solution creating, event planning, married, technology speaking, father of one kind of guy. He is a Microsoft MVP in Windows Azure. He blogs at http://mvwood.com/blog.
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Probably a good presentation, but we don't get to see it!
Just a tad annoying that you even put this up.
Re: source Code.
You can find the resources for this talk, including the source, at bit.ly/lh573B.
Re: Probably a good presentation, but we don't get to see it!
Pity we didn't see the code
The only downside is that we could not see the code on the recording nor on the slides. Guess we'll have to be there next time...
Thanks a lot for a productive hour.