I’m Presenting @ ADNUG, Monday the 13th.

FYI – I’ll be giving my S.O.L.I.D. Software Principles presentation at the Austin .NET User Group on Monday the 13th. This is the same presentation that I gave at Pablo’s Day(s) of TDD last weekend, except I’ll have the missing code in place and the slide errors fixed. :)

Here’s the abstract that was posted via the ADNUG mailing list:

S.O.L.I.D. Software Development: Achieving Object Oriented Principles, One Step At A Time 

Almost every professional software developer understands the academic definitions of Coupling, Cohesion, and Encapsulation. However, many of us do not understand how to actually achieve Low Coupling, High Cohesion, and strong Encapsulation, as prescribed. Fortunately, there are a set of stepping stones that we can use to reach these end goals, giving us a clear cut path to software that is easier to read, easier to understand, and easier to change. This presentation will define not only the three object oriented goals, but also the five S.O.L.I.D. principle that lead us there, while walking through a sample application.

At some point this week or next, I will have my slides and code posted for people to download. (I know I promised this at PDoTDD. I got busy. Sorry). And as usual, there will likely be a group of people heading to Rudy’s after the meeting, for extended discussions and snappy banter.

About Derick Bailey

Derick Bailey is an entrepreneur, problem solver (and creator? :P ), software developer, screecaster, writer, blogger, speaker and technology leader in central Texas (north of Austin). He runs SignalLeaf.com - the amazingly awesome podcast audio hosting service that everyone should be using, and WatchMeCode.net where he throws down the JavaScript gauntlets to get you up to speed. He has been a professional software developer since the late 90's, and has been writing code since the late 80's. Find me on twitter: @derickbailey, @mutedsolutions, @backbonejsclass Find me on the web: SignalLeaf, WatchMeCode, Kendo UI blog, MarionetteJS, My Github profile, On Google+.
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