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Joel Ross October 2006 Entries
West Michigan .NET User Group Meeting CodeSmith Presentation Resources
Last night, I gave my talk on Code Generation and CodeSmith, and I think it went fairly well. I promised I would post the templates I created as well as my slides, which you can get here. The slides are relatively useless. as there's not much details about what I talked about, but there are notes in the powerpoint, so you can get an idea of what I said.There's also a text file in the zip which contains the command lines I used to do batch generation and the "Keep" region example. Here's a listing ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 11, 2006 7:09 AM

Designed vs. Open Inheritence
Martin Fowler has a post title DesignedInheritence which talks about the reasoning behind only allowing inheritence where the library developer specifies versus allowing inheritence anywhere. The reasoning for only allowing inheritence where the library developer specifies is the argument that library developers are experts and library users aren't. He basically goes on to say that he believes in open inheritence, where you rely on the developers using your library to be smart enough to not screw ......

Posted On Sunday, October 8, 2006 7:10 PM

I'm Speaking At The West Michigan .NET User Group
On Tuesday, I agreed to fill in for a colleague and speak at the next West Michigan .NET User Group meeting, which happens to be next Tuesday (October 10th). It's short notice, but I'm sure I'll have time to throw together a pretty decent presentation on code generation and more specifically, CodeSmith. I thought someone had already done something on CodeSmith, but looking back, it appears that's not the case - a couple of years ago, there was a talk about useful tools, where CodeSmith was mentioned, ......

Posted On Thursday, October 5, 2006 5:57 PM

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