Object Oriented Design in the Wild

Presented by: Jessica Kerr of Monsanto

About the Presentation: When a master of object-oriented programming turns her hands to JavaScript, does her skill transfer? Dig into the reasoning behind object-oriented design principles, and find their application in the wider world of Haskell, Ruby, and JavaScript. Come see how to apply skills you already have to languages you don’t yet know. This session will challenge you to go beyond rules and standards and ask: when is design worth your time? 

About the Presenter: Jessica Kerr, better known as @jessitron, is a Scala developer at Monsanto. She speaks at programming conferences in North America and Europe, teaches custom git workshops, edits technical books for Artima, tweets, and blogs at blog.jessitron.com

For more information, visit: Java User's Group Web Page

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  • Andrew U.

    A great (and in at least one case, clearly needed) refresher on a lot of things, and some interesting food for thought on others. Thanks for presenting, and thanks to the host and sponsors.

    March 14

  • Bill L.

    Well done presentation. Very engaging.

    March 13

  • CJ

    Security let me in and I found the topic of comparing the commonalities and differences of syntax of different languages very interesting. Thanks Jessica.

    March 13

  • CJ

    Oook security won't let me in. Lol

    March 13

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