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ACCU London January 2010

An Introduction to Naked Objects Programming with Dan Haywood

When:Thursday January 21 at 7pm to 8pm (usually followed by a pub visit)
Where:Cititec Associates Limited (Excelian's offices): 50 Featherstone Street, London, EC1Y 8RT (see below)
Please register using EventBrite.

Naked Objects is a full-stack, open source Java framework for building enterprise apps. The twist is that you do this just by writing the domain objects that sit in the domain model; Naked Objects takes care of the UI and persistence layers for you. In this talk we'll learn by doing: we'll choose an application domain together and then I'll code it up for you. Along the way we can talk about extensibility, customization, testing, prototyping vs deployment, and whatever else comes up. And in a blatant attempt to ensure the session is interactive, there'll be a free copy of Dan's book to the person asking the most (relevant!) questions.

About the speaker

Dan Haywood (http://danhaywood.com) is a freelance consultant, writer, trainer, mentor, specializing in domain-driven design, agile development and enterprise architecture on the Java and .NET platforms. He's a well-known advocate of Naked Objects, and was instrumental in the success of the first large-scale Naked Objects systems which now administers state benefits for citizens in Ireland. He's also the author of "Domain-Driven Design using Naked Objects" (http://pragprog.com/titles/dhnako), a committer to the Naked Objects framework and the lead of a number of sister open source projects.

Registration

The event is free to ACCU members and non-members alike. Numbers are limited for this event so we require registration in advance. Please register using EventBrite.

Location

The ACCU are grateful to Cititec for hosting this event.

The event is to be held at CitiTec's Excelian offices at: 50 Featherstone Street, London, EC1Y 8RT (Google map)

Nearest tube: Old Street (Northern Line)