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ID: 29220, CodeRage 7: Vsevolod Leonov - C++ Migration to MultiTier

by David Intersimone Email: Anonymous


The DataSnap platform for multi-tier provides powerful capabilities for developers. The presentation will consider the basic and reliable techniques, which will help you to upgrade the existing C++ projects and get the advantages of the DataSnap multi-tier architecture.
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CodeRage 7: Monday, December 10, 2012 - 6am PST
Vsevolod Leonov - Migration from Client/Server to Multi-tier with DataSnap and C++Builder

The DataSnap platform for multi-tier provides powerful capabilities for C++ developers. Now it's easy to start a new multi-tier project with many variants of deployment. But sometimes the goal is to convert the existing C++ Client/Server project into DataSnap version. Sometimes it needs the migration of the code style into pattern, typical for multi-tier programming. So we have a traditional project, implementing interaction with DBMS. How can we support migration? What should be easily change and what needs some refactoring? The presentation will consider the basic and reliable techniques, which will help you to upgrade the existing projects and get the advantages of the DataSnap multi-tier architecture.

Filename: 2012-12-10-0600-VsevelodLeonov-CppDataSnap.mp4

Duration: 44 minutes and 44 seconds

Size: 123mb

Format: MP4

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