Submitted by Andrew Chaa
Do you write DTOs a lot, using classes as only property bags? Do you name every of your service class as manager and service? Do you wonder why your domain objects are so anemic to the point of death?
C# (or Java) is an OOP language, and our code is not supposed to be like that. Come and join my talk to discuss how we can make our plain old C# object have meaningful behaviors and express the complex business logic in terms of object.
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For my CV, it's "Experienced Backend-focused Full Stack Engineer with a history of working on large scale, high capacity distributed systems. Skilled in message and event driven Microservice Architecture, CQRS, and Functional-flavoured Programming"
Personally, I'm an ordinary dev guy who's interested in many different things. I love exchanging ideas and learning from each other.