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Beyond the Core Concepts of OOP – SOLID

Speaker:

Claudio Lassala

Abstract:

You’ve been learning about the core concepts of Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) for quite some time now: Abstraction, Encapsulation, Inheritance, and Polymorphism. When you thought you knew it all, all of a sudden the cool kids are talking about all these principles such as “Single Responsibility Principle”, “Open/Closed Principle”, “Dependency Inversion Principle”, as well as Inversion of Control containers, etc. This session presents those concepts so the attendees can understand what they are and start using right away.

Bio:

Claudio Lassala is a Senior Developer at EPS Software Corp. He has presented several lectures at Microsoft events such as PDC Brazil and various other Microsoft seminars, as well as several conferences and user groups across North America and Brazil. He is a multiple winner of the Microsoft MVP Award since 2001 (for Visual FoxPro in 2001-2002, and for C# ever since), and an INETA speaker. He has articles published on several magazines, such as MSDN Brazil Magazine, CoDe Magazine, UTMag, Developers Magazine, and FoxPro Advisor. More detailed information regarding his presentations and articles can be found in his MVP Profile at https://mvp.support.microsoft.com/profile/Claudio.Lassala. Claudio’s blog is at http://claudiolassala.spaces.live.com, and he can be followed on http://twitter.com/ClaudioLassala

Recorded At:

AgileDotNet Houston (http://www.agiledotnet.com/houston-2011/)

Hosted by:

Improving Enterprises (http://www.improvingenterprises.com/)

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