Wrangle Cross-Cutting Concerns With Event Driven Programming

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Rated 5

Anonymous at 16:44 on 7 Feb 2015

Very well done presentation. The example code was really clear and illustrated the benefits of using events rather than continuing to cram logic into service methods. Great job!

Super clear and well-paced. Very accessible approach to looking at cyclomatic complexity and how event-driven programming can help with good separation of concerns. Chris is one of those people who are soft-spoken, but what they're saying has 100:0 signal:noise ratio.

Rated 3

Anonymous at 13:54 on 10 Feb 2015

Good talk, especially for beginners new to the topic. I would have appreciated more discussion of common issues with large projects such as how to determine what events to fire, how granular to make them, and strategies for untangling event dependencies after they have already happened. The slides were a little full, especially for code samples. Having them easily online beforehand would have let people in the back follow along with tablets or laptops.

Rated 4

Anonymous at 18:26 on 10 Feb 2015

Informative talk, if delivered a bit dry. I would suggest adding personal anecdotes and stories to make the presentation more lively.