Join us for a talk on the Unity IoC container. As usual doors open at 5 and we'll begin the talk at 5:30.
A 90-minute hands-on course that demonstrates how to use the Unity container from Microsoft for Dependency Injection.
This course assumes you know nothing about dependency injection and is therefore suitable for all levels of programmers. It starts by teaching the very basic concepts such as service location, dependency resolution, factories, abstract factories, inversion of control, DI containers, and the basic applications of Unity in line-of-business software.
It then covers the edge cases that it is hard to find help with in one place. Besides the edge cases, we will also discuss object life-time management, deferring object materialization or resolution, disposal of un-managed dependencies, injection factories, overriding dependencies at run-time, named type mappings and much more.
All of it would be hands-on and demonstrated by writing code. Also, this will be an interactive session where the speaker will alternate between writing code himself and asking others to either write some of the code or explain something about the code he is writing. Finally, there'll be a QA sessions in between the main session where the attendees could raise any questions about the topic and not just whatever is taught.
Our presenter for this session is Sathyaish Chakravarthy.
Sathyaish Chakravarthy is a freelance software developer, teacher, and aspiring actor living in India. He has been writing code and teaching about programming since 1997.
Sathyaish has authored video courses for WintellectNOW and is on his way to author his first Pluralsight course.
He is interested in helping clients in Calgary, so if your .NET project or your company needs help with application architecture, please feel free to reach out to him after the session.
His other vocations are lending his voice for voice-overs, recording audio books, delivering motivational lectures on goal setting, and acting. His long-term goal is to make full-length feature films.