LA C# Regular Meeting
Topic – Code Quality
Wish you could sleep better at night? Maybe get a better job? How about help solve global warming and world hunger? This month we’ll explore various techniques for writing better quality code which can do all this, and more! We’ll build on John Kuhn’s talk at SoCal .NET from last month regarding collections for the app programmer. John summarized how the various collection classes and interfaces work but perhaps you were left wondering how to apply them. We’ll jump off from this point and, in an “all code” session, explore some real world examples of using collections, how the public interfaces should differ from internal implementations, and how TDD (Test Driven Development) and MPP (massively pair programming) can result in better quality code, delivered faster and with less stress.
Jeff Hart is a founder and an “alpha geek” at Vanishing Clouds, Inc. a Microsoft Certified Partner specializing in admin and custom development for small and growing businesses. He’s been passionate about .NET since attending its PDC Orlando “coming out” party. Jeff spends his days fighting system admin dragons but his nights still belong to development. He prefers “lazy developers” which is why his current passions include dynamic languages and LInQ. For the past several years Jeff has been active in several SoCal user groups serving as VP, Secretary and currently Treasurer of vNext.