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Design Patterns by Example

Speaker:

Rob Vettor

Abstract:

Tired of attending design pattern sessions, where you cannot seem to remember how the pattern worked when you got home? In this session, we’ll construct 5 of the most common design patterns, step-by-step, highlighting common usages and digging through the nuances that make these patterns powerful: Factory Method, Strategy, Observer, Template Method, and Decorator. You’ll walk-away with a clear understanding of how these patterns work and how you can leverage them in your application code.

Bio:

Rob Vettor is an Application Development Manager for Microsoft, providing reactive support and proactive guidance to development teams for Microsoft Enterprise customers. An INETA Regional Speaker, user group leader and former 3-time C# MVP, Rob has built systems for a number of corporations, including Avanade, Raytheon, American Express and Jack Henry and Associates. Rob lives in Dallas, TX, with his wife, twin sons and three dogs, and is the founder of Hands-On-Coding (http://www.hands-on-coding.net/), a user group in which attendees bring their laptops and learn .NET coding by doing.  You can contact Rob at robvettor@hotmail.com, and check out Rob’s blog at http://www.robvettor.com.

Recorded At:

Houston Techfest http://www.houstontechfest.com

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