Our next meeting (this monday, Jan 10th) of Vermont.NET features the ebulient and really dang smart, Mario Cardinal who is coming down from Montreal. Mario is going to teach us all about Microsoft’s Application Blocks.
Application Blocks are Microsofts implementation of reusable code (and documentation) that provide proven solutions for commonly recurring problems. Enterprise Library, to be released to the general public in early 2005, is the next generation of the Microsoft’s Application Blocks. The first release will deliver 6 Application Blocks into a single integrated package. This reusable code is a ready-to-use solution to solve problems that you often waste time solving over and over again in enterprise programming. This presentation provides a short introduction to the Microsoft Enterprise Library and shows what each block might be good for. The idea is to present the types of problems Enterprise Library try to solve and where to apply it in your own solutions.
Speaker Bio: Mario is an independent senior consultant specialized in enterprise application architecture. His primary areas of involvement are object-oriented software development, design patterns, application blocks, code generators and software development process. He spends most of his time training and mentoring companies to build well-designed enterprise .NET applications. He speaks frequently for user groups and writes articles in various technical journals. Mario holds Bachelor of Computer Engineering and Master of Technology Management degrees from the École Polytechnique in Montreal, Quebec. He also holds the titles of Microsoft Certified Solution Developer (MCSD) and Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT). Mario is based in Montreal, Canada
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