Sessions at Software Architect 2011 about M-V-VM and .NET on Thursday 20th October

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  • M-V-VM from the ground up

    by Dave Wheeler

    M-V-VM (or Model, View, ViewModel) is a critical pattern for modern WPF and Silverlight development.
    But how do you actually do it?
    And what are the benefits?
    This hard core, deep dive session will examine all aspects of the M-V-VM pattern; its benefits, problems, consequences, and all of its warts.
    This session is a must for anyone working in a modern Windows and .NET application environment.

    At 11:30am to 1:00pm, Thursday 20th October

  • Advanced M-V-VM

    by Dave Wheeler

    Most M-V-VM demos stop with a single Model, View and ViewModel.
    Not this session.
    We’ll take a hard look at multiple ViewModels; central commanding (such as File, Save All); isolation and testing; secondary UI and interaction between a View and a ViewModel; and robust and reliable messaging.
    This is an important session for those wanting to move beyond the trivial reference implementations seen in Prism or on the web.

    At 2:00pm to 3:30pm, Thursday 20th October