Announcing a new Meetup for The Online ColdFusion Meetup!
What: “Making Bad Code Good – 2010 edition”, with Dan Wilson
WHEN: Thurs. Mar 18, 12:00pm US ET (UTC/GMT-5)
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ABOUT THIS SESSION:
Our 12pm (US ET) talk on Thursday Mar 18 will be “Making Bad Code Good – 2010 edition”, with Dan Wilson.
TOPIC DESCRIPTION: (provided by the speaker)
This presentation picks up where my 2009 Making Bad Code Good presentation leaves off. Same great concept with all new code samples and techniques.
If you work on a legacy application, or on code built by lots of developers over the years, you likely laugh your way through this presentation. I promise to be thought provoking and challenge the way you write code. In this session, we’ll look at lots of code samples and walk through making incremental changes to speed development, reduce errors and make life easier for everyone involved.
Ideas and concepts in this presentation will help you improve your existing applications and write more maintainable code.
SPEAKER: (provided by the speaker)
As principal partner of DataCurl LLC, Dan Wilson runs both the consulting practice and ChallengeWave.com, a way to help employees start and stick with healthier lifestyles.
Before launching DataCurl, Dan held numerous senior program and development positions in such industries as Technical Consulting, Health Care, Online Publishing and Government Contracting.
Dan is an avid participant in technology communities; an Adobe Community Professional, manager of the Triangle ColdFusion User Group in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, Managing Director of the popular Model-Glue framework and contributor to numerous open source projects based on ColdFusion, Flex and AIR platforms.
Dan presents on ColdFusion, Flex and Rapid Development Techniques at popular conferences around the world. You can find his thoughts on ColdFusion, Flex, AIR and other technology matters at http://www.nodans.com and some occasional ramblings on food at http://blog.chefdanwilson.com.
When not in front of a computer, you can find him biking, hiking, surfing, playing volleyball and helping small businesses improve their sales and marketing.
RECORDING: As always, the meeting will be recorded, and the recording URL will be posted after the meeting at http://recordings.coldfusionmeetup.com.
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