SOLID - Principles of Object Oriented Design
Anyone can write code, but it takes a skilled craftsman to write clean code that is easy to maintain and can be extended over time.
SOLID is a set of five principles of object-oriented programming and design identified by Robert C. “Uncle Bob” Martin in the early 2000’s, that when applied together tend to make it more likely that a programmer will create a system that achieves this goal.
This presentation will introduce the SOLID concepts and provide a high level overview of each of the five principles.
Marcus Bristol has been developing professionally for 15 years in a wide variety of languages and am currently working for Air New Zealand on their reservations system, primarily using assembler and C++ on their mainframe and C# for internal administrative applications.
He has a strong interest in writing and maintaining clean code, including practices such as Agile, TDD, and Continuous Delivery.
Gather for food and drinks at 5:45pm
Presentation starting at 6:10pm
Door Charge: Free
Enter the Massey University Albany Campus from Gate 1.
NOTE CHANGE IN VENUE
The event is now going to be held in room QA4