February 21, 2013
6:00pm - 8:00pm
Formerly known as the Charlottesville .Net Users Group we have changed our name to encompass the broader array of technologies now supported within the Microsoft ecosystem.
Meetings are held quarterly from 6pm - 8pm.
Our aim is to create highly engaging, not-to-be-missed events that keep you abreast of the latest developments within the Microsoft stack.
Extending ASP.NET MVC With Dependency Injection Containers
Building Enterprise Applications is a significant investment. Maintaining them if they aren't built with change in mind can quickly overtax IT teams and budgets. Solid architectural definition up front embracing application frameworks that support change will reduce risk, improve total cost of ownership (TCO) and let your development teams focus on delivering business value. If you are building applications with ASP.NET MVC, your architecture should include (or strongly consider including) Spring.NET, Unity, StructureMap or other industry-standard application frameworks. We'll cover extending ASP.MVC 2, 3 and 4 specifically using Spring.NET, Unity and StructureMap and will discuss other extension points in ASP.NET MVC 4. Dependency Injection containers are a must-have for enterprise applications and you will leave with a solid understanding of why they are.