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.
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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.
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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.
How are you doing, it’s Sacha Barber here, hope you remember me. I was camping this weekend just gone and was talking to Andy McQueen about you, and he said you were an Agile coach these days, so I decided to look you up.
Looks like you have done very well for yourself indeed. All away from London too, very impressive.
I would like to talk to you about a few things, would you mind pinging me an email at myFirstname[dot]myLastName[dot]@gmail.com
Be good to catch up actually
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