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Building a high volume, low latency system in Java
Category: Languages > Java      Posted: 06 Feb 09

The "Coding the Architecture" User Group is community for hands-on, pragmatic software architects. Join th is meeting, which will feature discussions on high volume, low latency systems in Java.

The "Coding the Architecture" User Group is community for hands-on, pragmatic software architec...

Web Applications with Spring.NET
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 06 Feb 09

In this presentation, Russ gives an introduction and live demonstration (Blue Peter style) of Spring.NET. First Russ outlines the main purpose of Spring.NET, which is to “provide comprehensive infrastructural support for developing enterprise .NET applications”. The point is that Spring focuses on ha...

Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 06 Feb 09

In this session Jon Skeet, author of Manning's C# In Depth, explains the "Push LINQ" framework he developed with Marc Gravell.

The "standard" LINQ to Objects is based on IEnumerable, involving the consumer "pulling" data from a supplier. This works very well in many cases, but has some un...

Dependency Injection with Cast
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 06 Feb 09

Castle Windsor is the most popular opensource dependency injection framework for .NET and the foundation of the Castle Application Framework. In this session, Mike Hadlow and Gojko Adzic introduce depenency injection principles, show how to implement them with Castle Windsor, and talk about extending...

DSLs with C# 3.5
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 06 Feb 09

LINQ is an internal DSL provided by C# for accessing streams of data. We can leverage the same feature set added to the language to make LINQ to author our own internal DSLs. In this session Ian introduces you to the ideas behind Internal DSLs and shows how C# 3.5 helps you to write them.


Parellel Extensions .NET
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 06 Feb 09

Looking forward to having an 8 core processor in your desktop box? Maybe your server already does? Unfortunately unless your application is designed to use them 7 of those cores are going to be sitting idle. How do you write multi-threaded programs for .NET without the headaches of race conditions an...

Asynchronous Enterprise.NET Applications with NServiceBus
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 06 Feb 09

NServiceBus is an opensource asynchronous architecture platform that significantly simplifies programming and coordinating messaging-based asynchronous applications in .NET. In this session, David de Florinier and Gojko Adzic talk about how and when to use NServiceBus and present an experience report...

.Net Web Service Using Java
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 06 Feb 09

Do you need to consume a .net webservice using Java? Well, both Daniel and Mike have real world experience integrating with .Net Web Services. In this presentation they show how to do this using Apache AXIS, and compare it with JAXWS.

Mike Burton talks about his and D...

Spring for .NET - Making Best Practices Easy Practices
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 05 Feb 09

Russ Miles, SpringSource senior consultant and author of Head First Software Development, talks through some of the best practices that Spring for .NET helps open source .NET developers to apply.

The talk starts with a brief description of dependency injection and why it is required for a ...

ActiveMQ & NMS
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 05 Feb 09

David speaks on ActiveMQ and NMS. ActiveMQ is an opensource high-performance messaging solution from the Apache Foundation. NMS is the ActiveMQ client library for .NET. This solution is a very interesting choice for asynchronous .NET messaging, especially for messages that are published to the masses...

Fluent nHibernate
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 05 Feb 09

Sebastien Lambla demonstrates how to create a simple database with Fluent NHibernate. Some of the key facts about Fluent NHibernate, which are also a part of the talk are: Fluent NHibernate is XML free. All property references use the actual class instead of strings. A testing framework that provides...

AOP with PostSharp
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 05 Feb 09

In this talk, David Ross gives an introduction to PostSharp - an Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP) toolkit for .NET. AOP allows developers to reduce the level of duplication of code and allows code injection of duplicated code (such as for login functionality and logging). David introduces the concep...