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Presentation Patterns: MVP – MVC – MVVM
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| by Erik Lebel Follow 0 Followers on Sep 15, 2011 |

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Summary
Erik Lebel explains 3 presentation patterns used in Windows applications –MVP, MVC, MVVM-, demoing how the model, view, and control layers interact with each other.

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Bio

Erik Lebel has over 10 years of experience in the software industry, and his foray into Agility started in 2007, when he joined Pyxis Technologies. He has since become a TDD evangelist, and is continually seeking new ways to improve the software development process and the value it brings to our clients. He has experience developing with C, Java, Csharp, Groovy and Python.

DevTeach stands for Developers Teaching Therefore, It is a conference done by developers for developers. These events have all the elements of an international conference with speakers coming from all over the globe but keeping the values we all treasure from local community events. We pride ourselves in offering the biggest diversity of subjects covered in our various sessions. All our sessions provide presentation material to the attendee and whenever possible, hans-on training. DevTeach is not so much a conference as it is a “developer festival.

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