Monthly Archives: October 2007

Working with Interfaces Part Two – Decoupling

In the first part of this mini-series I talked about the basic use of interfaces, which is to provide a contract for your developers to work to. In this part, I’m going to try and demonstrate how interfaces can be … Continue reading 

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Why ALT.NET?

DISCLAIMER: This post was inspired by, and contains material from, a recent post on my personal blog entitled “Abandon ALT.NET“. For a few months the term “ALT.NET” has been gaining traction on the blogs I read, starting from a post by … Continue reading 

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Working with Interfaces Part One – Contracts

I hold my hands up – I am a programmer who doesn’t have a computer science background. My education only skimmed programming and was totally bereft of any architectural considerations. I almost stumbled into my first programming job, and I … Continue reading 

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