Sandi Metz’s Practial Object Oriented Design comes to London!

I’m delighted to announce that I’ll be joining Sandi Metz to teach two courses on Object-Oriented design this summer in London. We’re nick-naming it POODL.

You have two options:

  1. A two-day class running from July 3-4
  2. A more in-depth three-day class running from June 25-27

Sandi mentoring at a RailsGirls workshop

Sandi is not only one of the most experienced object thinkers I know, she’s also a wonderful teacher. If you’ve read her book, Practial Object Oriented Design in Ruby, you’ll already know her knack of bringing scary-sounding design principles gently down to earth with simple, practical examples.

 Not just for Rubyists

POODL is definitely not just for Rubyists. We’ll teach the examples in Ruby, but any programmer familiar with an Object-Oriented language will be absolutely fine. The challenging stuff will be learning the trade-offs between different design patterns, and how to refactor between them.

The feedback from this course in the US has been amazing, and I’m really looking forward to being a part of it over here in Europe.

Book your ticket now!