Silicon Valley Code Camp : October 6th and 7th, 2012

Brad Irby

Brad Irby Consulting LLC
About Brad
Brad is an accomplished .NET software architect specializing in Domain Driven Design and Event Driven Architectures. Over his 30 year professional career, Brad has built web applications for Adidas, Kashi, Gap, Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Aptos, and many others. Brads specialty is migrating existing .NET applications to a DDD architecture and EDA without system downtime. Brad has been the organizer of the San Francisco and Silicon Valley .NET user groups, and is frequent speaker on technical software topics throughout the US, South America, and Europe. Brad has written a book on Reengineering .NET published by Adison Wesley.
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Speaking Sessions

  • Reengineering .NET - Adding new technology to legacy code

    1:45 PM Saturday   Room: 8401
    This session will discuss how to take an existing legacy .NET application and inject new technologies such as Dependency Injection, Service Oriented Architecture, and unit testing/mocking to make it easier to maintain and enhance - all without stopping on-going feature development. It will be very technical with with a lot of code samples. There will be a raffle for a copy of the speaker's new book "Reengineering .NET - Injecting Quality, Testability, and Architecture into existing systems"

  • Using Mocks in Unit Tests to Improve Code Quality

    3:30 PM Saturday   Room: 8401
    Unit Testing is becoming a staple of good software development, and Mocking is a critical piece of that approach. In this talk we will look at what advantages Mocking can bring to a project, and the basics of how to use Mocks. We will look at mocking a new system being developed from the ground up, as well as how to mock a tightly coupled legacy system that can break most Mocking frameworks.