by Oliver Sturm
Planning application architecture is a complex task which requires detailed understanding of the technological platforms that you’re targeting. This whole-day workshop leads you through the process of creating an architectural concept for a medium size distributed .NET application: data access, distribution, services, layering concerns, UI platforms and presentation patterns – every topic is considered. Oliver lets you participate and benefit from his experiences from project work and consulting – architects, programmers and owners of other job titles are all equally welcome!
by Allen Holub
This class presents three user-interface architectures suitable for (or at least used by) distributed, typically web or cloud-based, applications, discussing the pros and cons of each approach. We’ll start with Model-View-Controller and explain why it’s suboptimal. We’ll then move on to more appropriate architectures: Presentation-Abstraction-Control, Visual Proxy, and bifurcated objects.
18th–21st October 2011