DEAP (Delegates, Events, and Asychronous Processing) in ASP.NET Applications (pronouced DEEP)
An issue that is talked about a lot is seperating your logic within applications, such as DAL, BLL, and the Presentation Layer. Sometimes it is easier said than done, such as if UI changes need to occur during certain points of processing within DAL or BLL or other types of logic. Often times, this results in injecting logic into your presentation layer that in the long run will make the application harder to maintain and to debug. In this presentation I will address these issues and show how incorporating events and delegates into your applications can create excellent notification systems between multiple layers of an application. I will also address encapsulating this approach into reusable components as well as demonstrate some useful implementations of asychronous delegate execution within ASP.NET. The goal of this presentation is to identify ways to better seperate logic and capitalize on the asynchronous capabilities of delegates within the .NET framework.
Chris Rizzuto has been a technology consultant for the past six years, ranging from development and architecture to
strategic technology planning. He has worked with C# since beta 1. Chris has led development efforts with teams ranging from
1 to 25. Chris focuses on developing applications that maximize business value and are easily extendable, so that business is
never held back by technology.
The meeting is June 21st at 6:00 PM at Max Technical Training. We will have lots of giveaways and of course free pizza and drinks! Hope to see you there.