Monday, August 10, 2009

VAN: Jeremy Miller on Screen Architectures and Separated Presentation patterns on Aug 12


Jeremy Miller will be speaking again on Virtual ALT.NET this Wednesday (Aug 12, 2009), but this time on Screen Architectures and Separated Presentation patterns (MVP, MVVM). 

Who is Jeremy Miller?

Jeremy is the Chief Software Architect at Dovetail Software, the coolest shop in all of Austin. Jeremy is also the author of the open source StructureMap tool for Dependency Injection with .Net and the forthcoming StoryTeller tool for supercharged acceptance testing in .Net. Jeremy is also the author of the Patterns in Practice column in MSDN Magazine. Jeremy's thoughts on just about everything software related can be found on his weblog The Shade Tree Developer part of the popular CodeBetter site. Jeremy is a Microsoft MVP for C#, and very active within the ALT.NET community.

What is VAN?

Virtual ALT.NET (VAN) is the online gathering place of the ALT.NET community. Through conversations, presentations, pair programming and dojos, we strive to improve, explore, and challenge the way we create software. Using net conferencing technology such as Skype and LiveMeeting, we hold regular meetings, open to anyone, usually taking the form of a presentation or an Open Space Technology-style conversation.

Please see the Calendar to find a VAN group that meets at a time convenient to you, and feel welcome to join a meeting. Past sessions can be found on the Recording page.

To stay informed about VAN activities, you can subscribe to the Virtual ALT.NET Google Group and follow the Virtual ALT.NET blog.

Meeting Details
Times below are Central Daylight Time
Start Time: Wed, August 12, 2009 8:00 PM UTC/GMT -5 hours
End Time: Wed, August 12, 2009 10:00 PM UTC/GMT -5 hours
Attendee URL: Attend the meeting (Live Meeting)


1 comment:

  1. Can you post the recordings of this second Jeremy Miller presentation, the Scott Bellware presentation, and the Virtual Brown Bags as well?