I am going to give several talks in DevTeach on May. The topics are:
- Interaction based testing With Rhino Mocks
- Rapid (maintainable) web development with MonoRail
- Advanced usages of Inversion of Control containers
I am very excited about it.
The part that I really like is the "Advanced usages..." part of the last name. It means that I can assumes that you know what IoC is and I can blow their minds with the interesting stuff (Binsor, Auto Transaction, Bijection, AoP, Generic Specializing Decorators, Scoped Containers, etc). I am now working on a lecture about IoC for developers that doesn't neccesarily knows what it is, and I am frustrated that I can't get to the really cool stuff.