Ruby::AZ - Feb 17th

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Jeff Wells on Form Objects

Form Objects Form objects are adapters that allow your user interface and domain model to live independently. Both are essential to your application, but rarely (and shouldn’t necessarily) match each other. Many developers suffer from bloated controllers or models that do all of the heavy lifting in their application. Form Objects are one of the best bang-for-your-buck refactors to reduce complexity in your application. We'll dive into a bit of theory and then see the impact a refactor can make. There are pros and cons to following design patterns explicitly, so we'll take a pragmatic approach and evolve our solution.

Where

The group meets at 6:30pm on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at SocialWhirled

817 North Central Avenue | Phoenix, Arizona 85004

About The Presenters:

Jeff Wells

Jeff Wells is a software engineer at Tuft & Needle, where he designs and implements software that keeps the business efficient and lean. He studies design patterns and software engineering theory on his own time, and runs the software craftsmanship effort internally at Tuft & Needle.

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