TECH-D13: Should I write my own Builder? Increase productivity by identifying and capturing repeatable design patterns within Web Experience Factory
David Wade, Davalen’s Web Experience Factory Architect
Adam Kewley, Web Experience Factory Lead, Davalen
Description: Writing efficient code in a modular fashion is a fundamental concept in developing quality software that must grow and change as business dictates. Capturing key components for reusability enables your developers to capitalize on shared knowledge through proper use of repeatable design patterns. This session is geared towards IT managers, architects and developers who wish to not only learn how to properly capture design patterns in IBM Web Experience Factory (WEF), but when to spot the need for such mechanisms. Utilizing existing techniques and features within WEF to generate your own library of repeatable functionality. Only available at the IBM Exceptional Web Experience conference, learn from a seasoned lead architect with applicable world-class practical knowledge.
Some topics covered will include:
Breaking down code reuse: builders, models, ljo's (what is this...)
Identifying reuse areas at a project level
How to decide between a builder and a model
Other areas of code reuse (data retrievers, LJO's services)
Pitfalls to avoid
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