Learn about the core concepts of the CSLA.NET Framework, including the components (such as business objects, data portals, and other helper classes). This session will also cover business object in detail, target platforms and provide a Silverlight and/or WPF example.
Speaker: Maxim Alexeyev is a Senior Software Engineer and Architect at Actsoft, Inc. in Tampa and has been working with CSLA in 2007-2008 (version 3.2) and then in 2010 (version 4.0) to develop desktop business applications in both Windows Forms and WPF. He has been in software development since 1993 and graduated from Obninsk Institute for Nuclear Power Engineering (Russia) in 1996 with an MS in Computer Science. Maxim maintains a blog at http://discoveringdotnet.alexeyev.org.
This meeting is not being held on the last Thursday of the month due to the Thanksgiving holidays.
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Tampa Bay IASA Chapter
The Tampa Bay chapter of the International Association of Software Architects (IASA) is dedicated to building a community of professionals interested in topics related to software architecture, and welcomes anyone who is actively working as a software architect or has an interest in becoming one.
We hope to provide a mechanism for software architects to network with each other, provide a technical outlet and information source to help keep up with the latest trends and technologies, and also help foster new speakers. We are mostly Microsoft focused, but we try to keep the topics as product-agnostic as possible and always keep the focus on architecture related topics.