While I was organizing the NHDay, this summer I got in contact with Kay Herzam, one of the founder of the Bern .NET User Group: we started talking and we decided to do something together: the collaboration started with Kay announcing the NHDay to his fellow user group members, and this turned out pretty well, since 5 people from Switzerland registered and came to the NHDay after Kay announced it.
We decided to go on with the collaboration: so on December 9th, 2010 I will be speaking in Bern, at the 5th annual user group meeting, about SOLID principles.
Design for testability as a way to good coding
There are 5 principles that if strictly followed make you write good code: they are called SOLID principles.
But it is difficult to measure what is good code: in this session we will have a look at these SOLID principles and see more practically how to make sure our code is good code. In particular we will have a look at the probably more common and more easy to apply among these principles, the Dependency Inversion Principle.
If you live near Bern and want to come and hear me, you can register online on XING (which apparently is a very popular social site in German speaking area). Or if you don’t have a XING account you can register via the DNUG-Bern contact form.
The event will start at 18:00 on the 9th of December, and will be held at WISS, in Bern.
Hope to see you there.