At the Kent user group we have two upcoming events. Both are to be held at F-Keys Training suite http://f-keys.co.uk/ in Rochester, Kent.
If you haven’t attended before please note the location here.
Is your code S.O.L.I.D ?
Everybody keeps on about SOLID principles but what are they? and why should you care?
This session is an introduction to SOLID and I'll aim to walk through each principle telling you about that principle and then show how a code base can be refactored using the principles to make your life easier,
Come the end of the session you should have a basic understanding of the principle, why to use it and how using it can improve your code.
Building composite applications with OpenRasta 3
A wave of change is coming to Web development on .NET. Packaging technologies are bringing dependency management to .NET for the first time, streamlining development workflow and creating new possibilities for deployment and administration. The sky's the limit, and in this session we'll explore how open frameworks can help us leverage composition for the web.
Register here for this event http://www.eventbrite.com/event/1643797643
Achieving a throughput of 1.5Terabytes or over 92,000 8Kbyte of 100% random reads per second on kit costing less that 2.5K, and of course what to do with it!
The session will focus on commodity kit and how it can be used within business to provide massive performance benefits at little cost.
End to End Report Creation and Management using SQL Server Reporting Services
This session will walk through the authoring, management and delivery of reports with a focus on the new features of Reporting Services 2008 R2. At the end of this session you will understand how to create a report in the new report designer. Be aware of the Report management options available and the delivery mechanisms that can be used to deliver reports.
Register here for this event http://www.eventbrite.com/event/1643805667
Hope to see you at one or other ( or even both if you are that way inclined).