Use cases have been around for many years describing the requirements of software development projects. From a developer’s point of view, use cases are often seen as too abstract and too complex to develop code from. Until now, that is.
During this interactive talk, presented by speaker Sander Hoogendoorn at Microsoft TechEd Europe 2010 in Berlin, will demonstrate how to model, generate and build smart use cases. This great technique allows you to model use cases at a much more pragmatic, low-granular level, enabling them to be implemented simply and directly into applications such as ASP.NET or Silverlight. Using many real-life code examples, the speaker will introduce both the positive impact that smart use cases have on your layered software architecture, as well as the design patterns required to implement them.