Wednesday, 1 June 2016
My last ever null check & Security: It's A Cloud Thing
What: My last ever null check & Security: It's A Cloud Thing
When: Wednesday, June 8, 2016 @ 7:00 PM
Where: Sunway House, Raglan Road, Lowestoft, Suffolk, NR32 2LW
6.30pm - Free Beer
7.00pm - Introduction
7.10pm - My last ever null check
7.55pm - More free beer
8.10pm - Security: It's A Cloud Thing
8.55pm - Finish
As the June Norfolk Developers event is being held in Lowestoft we’ve arranged for a free minibus to leave the Kings Centre at 6pm on Wednesday 8th June to take you to the venue and for another to bring you back. Places for the taxi must be booked in advance. Please email email@example.com to reserve your place.
Security: It's A Cloud Thing
Cloud Computing brings a multitude of benefits to businesses of all kinds, whether in the tech sector or otherwise. It is not without risk, however. Some of the risk is new, and some of it all too familiar. In this talk, Steve Love looks at why cyber security still matters in The Cloud.
Steve Love is an eclectic programmer who is fascinated by the applications of technology and its consequences. He is the founder of PerfectCobalt Cyber Security and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
My last ever null check
Modern software development projects are littered with cross-cutting concerns (think logging or verification). Aspect oriented programming enables increased modularity through the implementation of interceptors and code weaving.
Not only does this simplify your code base but also ensures that, as a developer, you can focus on the actual task at hand.
Here, we will explore how to use AOP and Unity IOC Interceptors in a .NET Project to check for nulls between method calls.