Salt Lake Software Symposium
June 16 - 17, 2006 - Salt Lake City, UT
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Naked Objects Applied
Join Eitan in this hands-on session on Naked Objects. This session uses the "learning by doing" approach to learning an API or framework. Naked Objects is a powerful tool that can give you a significant advantage in the development of business systems. It gives you the ability to prototype a software application so quickly that it can be performed during information gathering phases of a project. It gives you the power to codevelop the core business model of your application with a non-developer business expert at your side. No prerequisite knowledge of Naked Objects is required.
Session Goals: To learn to write software applications (possibly system prototypes) using the NakedObjects framework. Developing applications that use NakedObjects requires knowledge of the conventions and contract of this framework. NakedObjects is a fairly radical development in the domain of business software application development. Awareness of the concepts and implications of expressive systems is an important secondary goal.
Prerequisites: Basic understanding of the Java programming language and of object-oriented programming and design. Familiarity in the domain of business application software development.
Session Rating: Intermediate
About Eitan Suez
Eitan Suez is an independent software developer based in Austin, Texas. Some of the more visible work Eitan has done includes the open source project 'ashkelon' (sourceforge), a system for Java API documentation management; more recently, the open source framework JMatter (jmatter.org), a framework for constructing rich domain-driven workgroup applications (Java, Swing). Eitan has spoken at various NFJS events in years past, is active with his local JUG, and passionate about the practice of software development.More About Eitan »