Code Generation

NOTE: Room Change for May 9 – Cedar Hall rooms 3045 and 3046. The Cedar Hall is adjacent to the Iowa Hall where we usually meet. Please see the map at http://www.kirkwood.edu/maincampus for details.

Our May 9th meeting (1 week late due to Iowa Code Camp being on 4/30), will be presented by Tom DuPont and will cover the topic of Code Generation.

Code generation is a powerful practice that allows you produce higher-quality, more consistent code in less time. This helps remove the mundane and repetitive parts of programming, allowing developers to focus their efforts on more important tasks, and saving companies time and money. Code generation enables you to efficiently: reduce repetitive coding, generate code in less time with fewer bugs, and produce consistent code that adheres to your standards.

Tom DuPont lives in Dallas, Texas, where he is the Vice President of CodeSmith Tools, LLC. But don’t let the title fool you, Tom is a total code monkey! He specializes in .NET development with C#, ASP.NET MVC, and even that crazy JavaScript stuff. Tom has a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Software Engineering from the University of Texas at Dallas. In his spare time Tom enjoys long rides across the country on his motorcycle. (www.tomdupont.net)

If you plan on making our meeting on May 9th, please RSVP.

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