Brian H. Madsen
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Announcements and Events : An Introduction to the Composite Application Block (CAB) and MVP with Graeme Foster

July 17th 2007 in 4436

The Perth .Net CoP User Group is on the ball again. After last months roaring success they taking off with another blockbuster! This time it’s on a topic that’s very much down my lane and where i’ve spent considerable time researching.

Here’s the details: 

Topic:          Introduction to the Composite Application Block (CAB) and MVP with Graeme Foster

Venue:        Excom, Level 2, 23 Barrack Street, Perth

Date/Time:  August 2nd, 5:30pm

Cost:            Free!  All Welcome 

Have you been hearing a lot about CAB, MVP, TDD, unit testing and mocking? Want to learn how to use these technologies to create loosely-coupled, well-tested applications? Well, here is your chance to get an introduction to the Composite Application Block (CAB) and the Model-View-Presenter (MVP) pattern, with a code example of building a view and presenter using Test-Driven Development (TDD).

Come join us at the Perth .NET user group where Graeme Foster will be demonstrating how you can use Microsoft’s CAB to create well organised and tested software. He might even throw in the odd Mock object! Graeme is an IT contractor who came to Perth in November 2006 after 11 years in the UK. He’s a passionate believer in agile development methodologies and using unit tests to improve the quality of software. Come and hear him spread the word!

So if you are interested i suggest you get out of that dark cubicle and swing by the UG on the night!


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