Learn how to make your object oriented programs more understandable, maintainable and flexible by applying the S.O.L.I.D. design principles as popularized by Robert C. Martin in his Clean Code series of books. Examples will be shown in Java, but the design principles are applicable to all languages that support programming in an Object Oriented style.
Matt Madson has been developing software in sunny Southern California for the better part of a decade coding everything from embedded communication systems on the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter to the servers that power your favorite PlayStation games. These days Matt is over at Intuit doing what he loves best, taking large monolithic applications and modularizing them into reusable components and microservices -- oh and helping you keep a little more money in your pocket when tax time comes around. When he's not slinging bits around, you'll likely find Matt hanging out with friends at one of the many karaoke bars in SD, belting out everything from Frank Sinatra to Journey.
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The event will be hosted at the California College auditorium. Enter at the front of the building, continue through the entrance for California College and follow the hallway towards the back of the building. There will be double doors on the right where you can enter the auditorium.
6:00pm = Sign-in, grab food/drinks, network.
6:30pm = Welcome!
6:45pm = Speaker time!
8:00pm = Event end.
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