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Jason Row .NET Development on the Canadian East Coast
The Igloo Coder is making his way east to present to the 4 atlantic .NET user groups. He'll be in Fredericton on Thursday October 23 to present to F.NUG. Pass the word to anyone you know who's working with .NET.   Here's the details.

Date: Oct-23-2008
Time: Meet and greet @ 6:30 - presentation from 7 - 9pm
Location: UNB Campus, ITC building - room GC127

Topic: Fundamentals of Object Oriented Programming
Presented by: Donald Belcham
Notes:
If you read MSDN, books or attend the average conference, you will be exposed to a world of promised drag and drop goodness and framework APIs.  Once you get to work and begin building and maintaining applications you find that these promises aren’t being realized.  Other programming communities have long touted the use of Object Oriented Programming fundamentals to ensure that and application’s code base exists in a healthy state.  This presentation will look at the fundamentals of OOP that have long been forgotten by mainstream .NET programmers but are making a comeback.  The techniques discussed in this session will be practical and something that each attendee will be able to take to their job the day after attending Posted on Sunday, October 19, 2008 8:00 PM F.NUG | Back to top


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