My Talk Titled, “.NET Attributes and Reflection – what a developer needs to know……”

On October 19, 2009, the first official meeting of the London .NET User Group met at Fanshawe College.  There were at least 45 people attending!  Great job Tony

Including my presentation, we also had a presentation on ASP.NET MVC and the featured presentation by Rob Labbe from Microsoft (security consultant from the ACE team) on Web Threats and how to Mitigate them.  Rob is a fantastic speaker and really captivated the audience. 

My presentation ran about 22 minutes including a couple of Q and A’s.  Here’s the link to the PowerPoint as well as the source code I used for the live example of .NET reflection in action.

Here are the live recordings (screencasts) of the 2 demos I did during the presentation:

Using .NET Reflection In Code Demo

Redgate .NET Reflector Demo

Here’s a link to the write up of the event on the user group home page.  It includes a few pictures as well.

Hmm – well I was about to upload the .zip file for the source code of the reflection example I walked through as part of the presentation, but unfortunately doesn’t allow me to upload zip files.  :(  I’ll try and figure out an alternative place to upload them.  If anyone wants them in the meantime just let me know and I’’ll arrange to send the samples to you.

Also, as of today I’ve joined the Executive Committee for the London .NET User Group.  I’m looking forward to it!


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Dan Douglas is based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada and is a professional independent Software Consultant and an experienced and proven subject matter expert, decision maker, and leader in the area of Software Development and Architecture. His professional experience represents over 15 years of architecting and developing highly successful large scale solutions. Dan also believes that properly empowering teams with trust and responsibility yields the greatest results. | For inquiries about Dan's software consulting practice, please see the contact page.  Dan has also built up a network of highly successful and professional Software Developers and Architects who are highly respected and can be called upon and used in conjunction with his own consulting practice to handle the largest of consulting projects.

2 Responses to My Talk Titled, “.NET Attributes and Reflection – what a developer needs to know……”

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