Sponsorship for this meeting is courtesy of Brooksource & Technical Youth.
We also like to thank our yearly sponsor The Sophic Group and our In-Kind sponsor Microsoft
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A Tall Glass of Cold Milk (washing down NHibernate with Fluent Nhibernate)
If NHibernate is the cookies, then Fluent is the tall glass of cold milk. You just wouldn’t do one without the other, right? You don’t want to spend your time writing XML…you want Fluent. You want to have compile time checking of your repository classes…you need Fluent. You want to have testable mappings (for your mocking framework), you’re going to want to get to know Fluent NHibernate.
Brian Sherwin is an independent consultant in Columbus, OH. He has been a consultant and trainer for over 15 years. Trying to get companies to go back to making decisions based on value and not a particular technology is one of his core passions. When he's not trying to figure out some new technology, he spends time reading, Scouting, and drinking enough coffee to keep up with his five kids.
Grok Talk Topic
What is Rx?
Reactive Extensions for .NET (Rx) is a .NET Library for composing asynchronous and event-based programs using observable collections. The Rx API provides the ability to create observable collections from a number of sources, including standard .NET events, making it easier to integrate into existing codebases. Rx allows programmers to glue together complex event processing and asynchronous computations using clean, declarative code.
James Hansen is a professional .NET developer with 5 years of experience building software in a variety of industries. He has worked for Cardinal Health, Huntington National Bank, State Auto, and is presently a Brooksource .NET Consultant at Safe Auto. His primary interests have been ASP.Net, SQL Server, and Silverlight.
Pizza will be provided as a snack during the meeting.
As always our meeting will be followed by a Geek Dinner at Hoggy’s.
Thursday, 6/24/2010, 6:00 - ??
Where Microsoft Office - Columbus
posted @ Thursday, June 17, 2010 2:42 PM