Meet up

FubuMVC, Bottles and StructureMap ecosystem of tools

Wednesday, 4th December at Skills Matter, London

This meetup was organised by Skills Matter In The Brain in December 2013


FubuMVC, Bottles and StructureMap ecosystem of tools

I'm going to take you on a highlight tour of the FubuMVC, Bottles and StructureMap ecosystem of tools with a little discussion of some other .Net tools that I'm excited about.

  • Discuss FubuMVC's approach to modularity and how my organization exploits this to cleanly isolate feature development in large applications.
  • Demonstrate the much improved "fubu new" story for mix and match generation of a full code trees
  • Briefly explain why I think RavenDB could be one of the best things to ever happen to .Net development and how we're using it inside FubuMVC applications and our test automation harness.
  • Show how we've used Katana to create an efficient development server and an option for embedding FubuMVC in any .Net process.
  • Explain why in the world we went to the effort of building Ripple to smooth out our early issues with using Nuget for complex dependency management.
  • Talk about some of our new tools and tricks for distributed development including the new FubuTransportation service bus. I'll also show how we're using multi-AppDomain support with our Bottles modularity framework to make debugging and testing easier for distributed development.
  • The 3.0 release of StructureMap is close to being released, and while IoC containers are a dime a dozen now, I'd like to share some of the hard lessons I've learned about usability, non-insane exception messages, performance, and useful diagnostics over the past decade of developing and supporting StructureMap.
  • And just in case you thought xUnit tools were a completely solved problem, I'd love to talk about why I'm so enthusiastic about the new Fixie testing tool

Jeremy D Miller

Jeremy is the Director of Software Architecture at Extend Health. Jeremy began his software career writing "Shadow IT" applications to automate his engineering documentation, then wandered into software development because it looked like more fun.

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