The October 2008 meeting of out user group will be held next week, Wednesday the 8th. The chosen topic
for this month was AOP.
Core: An Aspect Oriented Business Objects Framework
Pizza and networking time
Learn about aspect-oriented design patterns and how they can
be used to quickly add common functionality to your business
objects. Josh Heyse explains how Aspect-Oriented Programming
allows for the separation
of true business logic and the code written allowing interaction
with user interfaces. The Core framework is a generation model that
dynamically adds common services, such as logging, auditing, persistence,
and security to business objects. Aspects, or behaviors, are requested
using attributes or configuration files which allows services to be
included only where necessary eliminating overly bloated objects and
tailored for the environment into which the object is loaded.
You may want to stick around after the presentation portion of the meeting
and take part in our monthly open discussion. The topic is never arranged in
advance but it's common that it reflects the content of the presentation.
10-01-2008 5:02 AM