Aspect-Oriented Programming (AOP) complements Object-Oriented Programming (OOP), giving us even more tools that increase modularity and allowing us to elegantly handle "crosscutting concerns" such as logging, exception handling and other common challenges. We'll look at an introduction to using PostSharp ( http://www.sharpcrafters.com/ ), one of the most popular of the "IL Weaving" tools for cutting-edge .NET development.
Lance Larsen is the President of MADdotNET - the Madison .NET User Group (http://www.MADdotNET.com (http://www.maddotnet.com/)) - and loves to channel his passion for development into presentations such as this one, as you never learn something as well as when you plan on teaching it to others - such as you! Follow him on twitter at @lancelarsen -- and get over to the MADdotNET site (http://www.MADdotNET.com (http://www.maddotnet.com/)) to join our Meetup group to keep informed about upcoming events. Also - make sure you add ThatConference (http://www.thatConference.com (http://www.thatconference.com/)) to your schedule this year -- August 12th to 14th at the Kalahari in the Dells -- best developer conference in the Mid-West!!!