Using the Microsoft .NET Framework

Date:
9 February 2005

Time:

Buffet at 5.30pm. Talk at 6.30pm.

Venue:
Room 705 Liverpool JMU James Parsons Building, School of Computing and Mathematical, John Moore's University, Byrom Street, Liverpool. View a map of Liverpool JMU

Speaker:
Joanna Carter

Cost:
Free

Description:

Using the Microsoft .NET Framework diagram

Last time Joanna Carter spoke to us at the BCS she talked about the generalities of OO Analysis and Design as an important step on the pathway to understanding the Microsoft .NET framework.

This time Joanna will discuss the .NET framework itself, looking at some of the classes and interfaces therein and demonstrating how these classes and interfaces can be used to implement OO solutions in general and some Design Patterns in particular.

Joanna is a Consultant Software Engineer whose work can take her anywhere in the world. Her work involves architecting systems and teaching OO principles and practice to developers.

She is also a member of Borland's Team-B (the equivalent of Microsoft´s MVPs), a group of technical experts who monitor and advise on the Borland newsgroups. At present Joanna is experimenting with porting OO frameworks originally written in Delphi to .NET

This event will be of interest to anyone studying computing.