Onion Architecture code and slides from Chicago Code Camp

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This past Saturday was the third annual Chicago Code Camp. If you missed it and you’re in the area, be sure to attend next year! It’s free, and organized by a great group of community leaders here in the greater Chicagoland area.

My talk this year was on Onion Architecture. A slight variation of the “ports and adapters” application architecture, I first started reading and prototyping the concepts introduced by Jeffrey Palermo. Check out his blog if you want to read a bit more on it.

If you happened to attend my presentation and have any feedback please do let me know! Next year I hope they will be bringing speaker evaluations back – as I greatly appreciate any input on my speaking ability, constructive or otherwise!



Get the Slides

* Please use the slides for reference only; please do not use them for your own talks Smile

Get the Code on CodePlex 

* Please use the code for anything you want, it’s MS-PL licensed. I would greatly appreciate credit and/or link-back to this post if you do use the code.



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