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NDepend & FSharp Mobbing (TypeProviders)
• What we'll do Despagghetifying code with NDepend - Jim Pelletier So you’ve been left with a huge bowl of spaghetti bolognese, also known as legacy code. You know you need to break it up to make it more maintainable and more workable. You’re sure there are some good places to make your cuts, but every time you pull on a code thread you end up with more spaghetti code! NDepend can help with this. In this talk I will show you how to use NDepend to effectively visualise your code, find the seams and break down that giant monolith into manageable pieces. And I will show you the kind of improvements my team at Page Up have been able to make with these techniques FSharp Mobbing - Type Providers We'll take a look at what type providers are and how we might use them (and maybe even build them) Here are a couple of links to get you started: A gentle intro: Or dive right in: • What to bring • Important to know

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    This is the Melbourne chapter of The Australian Alt.Net Community.

    We meet on the last Tuesday of every month at 6pm.

    The Australian Alt.Net Community is a self-organizing, ad-hoc community of developers bound by a desire to improve ourselves, challenge assumptions, and help each other pursue excellence in the practice of software development, obviously with a strong emphasis on development using the Microsoft.NET platform.

    Though the name might suggest otherwise we are not looking for alternatives to Microsoft or .NET, nor are we in any way Anti-Microsoft.

    The "Alt" in Alt.Net comes from the fact that we are always looking at alternatives to see if we can learn better ways of doing things, no matter where that alternative might come from, and incorporate it into our practice in the .NET world. So if it's something new from Microsoft, that's great - if it's an approach from the open source world or an alternate language or somewhere else entirely then that's even better!

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