This session's goals are to:
- To detail the "ROO" DDD architecture
- To show you how productive ROO can be
- To profile an Australian project using ROO
ROO is more of an implementation than an architecture. So what is ROO? It's not an Australian marsupial or an Australian airline. It's a Domain-Driven Design (DDD) implementation.
Real Object Oriented (ROO) is both an architectural approach and a framework with code generation.[Read More]
Mike Stenhouse is the creator of the CSS Framework we use in AppFuse. Mike is going to talk about the tools he uses to develop web applications. Mike works solely on the front-end, no backend work.
"In 2007 we’ll witness the increasing dominance of open internet standards. As
web access via mobile phones grows, these standards will sweep aside the
proprietary protocols promoted by individual companies striving for technical
monopoly. Today’s desktop software will be overtaken by internet-based services that
enable users to choose the document formats, search tools and editing capability
that best suit their needs." -- Eric Schmidt, CEO Google
Web Standards is a methodology and philosophy, not just valid CSS and XHTML. The main philosophy behind web standards is progressive enhancement. The methodology behind web standards is a 3-step process.[Read More]