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Prezentare RONUA - 12 ianuarie 2011, Cluj-Napoca

Va astept in Cluj-Napoca la o prezentare RONUA despre:
  • Code contracts - o metoda independenta de limbaj folosita pentru a exprima si verifica automat 'ipoteze' in aplicatii .NET: preconditii, postconditii, si alti invarianti care trebuie satisfacuti de un obiect - scurta prezentare, demo, discutii (Radu Vunvulea) - durata - ~ 50 min
  • Asynchronous programming in C# 5.0 - o introducere in suportul pentru programare asincrona ce va fi adaugat nativ la nivel de limbaj in urmatoarea versiune de C# (Tudor Turcu) - durata: ~ 45 min

Fiecare prezentare va fi urmata (daca se doreste) de discutii libere pe marginea subiectului.

Aceasta va avea loc in 12 ianuarie (miercuri), de la orele 19:00. Locatia se va face publica luni.

Pentru mai multe informatii: http://ronua.ro/CS/groups/ronua-cluj-napoca/forum/p/8024/217417.aspx#217417


Update:

Adresa intalnirii de Miercuri va fi:

Strada Republicii, nr 109 - e sigma "towerul" de langa centrul comercial Sigma - etajul 3 (cum iesiti din lift in fata - scrie evoline pe acolo undeva.). Va trebui sa rugati jos la receptie sa va "trimita" cu liftul la 3 deoarece lifturile merg doar cu cheie.


In caz ca nu va descurcati, gasiti "suport tehnic" la 0751569435 :).

Ora a ramas aceiasi: 19:00

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