Tonight I have delievered a talk at JavaForum Gothenburg about Aspect-Oriented Programming (AOP) in general and AspectJ in particular.
Here are the slides of the presentation:
You will find the source code of the demos, including
pom.xml to configure Maven for AspectJ weaving, on my GitHub account: https://github.com/mjiderhamn/aspectj-intro.
I intended to record the session as a screencast, but unfortunately my IDE decided freak out when I started coding some examples, so I had to restart it and decided to trash the recording in order to save time. There was a video camera present during the evening however, so maybe a video will turn up on the net at some time. I will however be grateful if the couple of minutes with crashing IDE is edited…
Now I’ve been able to upload the Q&A part of my talk on agile code review.
Please see the previous posts for slides, links and video with the main talk.
When I talked about agile code review on JavaForum Göteborg there was a fellow recording the event, and he was kind enough to share the recording with me so that I could put it online.
I mixed it with the slides into the video below. I might get back with the recording of the Q&A session at the end, when my Vimeo quota allows for it. Update: the Q&A part is now also available.
If you want to share the video, please link to this page rather than directly to Vimeo, in case I do some further editing and the URL of the video is changed.
Update: Consider watching a newer recording of this talk here instead.
For better readability of the slides, I recommend viewing the video in HD on Vimeo
Note that the slides and links to code review tools and further reading are in my previous post.
Tonight I will be giving a talk at JavaForum Göteborg on code review and how it can be used by agile teams.
(If you heard me speak, please feel free to rate me at SpeakerRate)
Here are the (Swedish) slides:
As promised, here are the links to some code review tools
In addition to this list, code review is one of the features of GitHub.
Some reading suggestions on code review:
Coding Horror blog entry
Free book from the authors of Code Collaborator
White paper from the authors of Klocwork
Update: A video recording of the talk is now available. Q&A part available here.