Session title: NAV's Secret Code: Design Patterns of Today and Tomorrow
Date: Friday, 8 November 2013
Time: 09:00 - 10:30
Level: 300 - Advanced
Speakers: Mark Brummel, Eric Wauters, Gary Winter
NAV consists of thousands of lines of code which sometimes seem to have been written just to solve a specific task, governed by the ideas of the respective developer. But nothing can be further from the truth. The PRS team invites you to join us in taking a step back, and another one, to look at how the design patterns governing the NAV application unfold.
The whole application is built up from a myriad of implicit patterns and sub-patterns most of which are quite familiar to the experienced developer. What makes it hard to talk about them and base trainings on them, is that they have no name and are not reflected in the code in an explicit way.
In this session, we will share our views and analysis of the most important design patterns of today as well as of patterns which we would very much like to see in an evolving, repeatable NAV application of tomorrow. We will also share a tool for creating code which follows recommended design patterns and analyzes code based on a data dictionary.
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