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Introduction In large applications, particularly in enterprise applications, separation of concerns is critical to ease maintainability. Without proper separation of concerns, applications become too large and too complex, which in turn makes maintenance and enhancement extremely difficult. Separating application concerns … Continue reading
Last weekend concluded my team’s contribution to Knowbility’s Open AIR competition, building an accessible website for Texas ROSE, who advocates for electric utility customers. I encountered an interesting challenge, while I was testing the site with a screenreader: It pronounced … Continue reading
I was looking at some pageviews on google analytics (GA) and and comparing my pageviews to the rest of the traffic on the site. This made me realize I could not pull the type of report I wanted from GA. … Continue reading
Color is important for UX On the daily, when I’m not lurking imgur, I work on HR case management software. HR case management isn’t exactly the sexiest technology sector, but that doesn’t keep me from trying to provide the best … Continue reading
I am a huge fan of Github for Windows. I believe it is a major game changer for using GIT on windows machines. It took a horrible installation experience and turned it into a pleasant surprise. I think that the … Continue reading
I have been using a number of services in the cloud lately, AppHarbor, Azure Websites, MyGet, Code Betters Team City OSS Continuous Integration server. While these services are making deploying websites and nuget packages easier then ever. I do not … Continue reading
Huboard! Websockets FTW I’ve recently added websocket support to the issues board in Huboard. Things I’ve added: Live update for cards moving from column to column Live update of issues closed from huboard.com Live update of issues closed from github.com … Continue reading
Learn your shell! If you have been following along, I love bash and use it all the TIME! I’ll go as far as to say its the greatest thing I’ve learned in my entire career. In my last bash post … Continue reading
In my last two posts (part 1 and part 2) I described how a command that is sent from the client is handled by an aggregate of the domain model. I also discussed how the aggregate, when executing the command, … Continue reading