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Presentation: Introduction to Component Based Architecture

by on Jul 20, 2007 |

Mark Miller delivered an introduction to Component Based Architecture at devLink 2006.  In this presention he shares tips and tricks focused on maximizing the development strength of your team. This presentation is filled with real-world examples covers the benefits of Component Based Architecture, one of the greatest being that a small team can produce with the force of a large one, and compete on the same level as much bigger teams who are still working with standard architectures. 

Join Mark Miller in a whiteboard session on the advantages of Component Based Architecture.

About devLink

The devLink Technical Conference is a non-profit organization established to promote and educate Information Technology professionals on current and emerging technologies. They accomplish this goal by holding an annual event which features industry experts from around the region and country.  

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