Monthly Archives: December 2006

Jeremy Miller goes into Java land

 Jeremy Miller of CodeBetter.com recently posted about his experiences with Java. The references to Visual UnSafe (SourceSafe) and the date libraries in Java are particulary hilarious.I personally use Eclipse for my Java development (mainly because it’s free) but have been … Continue reading 

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Interface Segregation Principle (ISP)

The Interface Segregation Principle (ISP) – CLIENTS SHOULD NOT BE FORCED TO DEPEND UPON INTERFACES THAT THEY DO NOT USE *This is the definition straight out of the Object Mentor article and is the same used in the PPP book. Translation:  Avoid … Continue reading 

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Agile Principles, Patterns and Practices in C# book

I had purchased the “Agile Principles, Patterns, and Practices in C#” (PPP) book by Robert C. Martin (aka Uncle Bob) at the beginning of August 2006 and began reading it, but soon began to think that a lot of it’s … Continue reading 

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A very good introduction to TDD, NHibernate, DDD, NUnit

I just recently finished reading the “A Journey with Domain Driven Design (and NHibernate)” series on Ben Scheirman’s blog. A Journey with NHibernate – Part 1 A Journey with NHibernate – Part 2 A Journey with NHibernate (and DDD) – … Continue reading 

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Castle Project

I’m currently studying up on the Castle Project.  It is currently scheduled for release in January of 2007, but the public API code is pretty much complete; it won’t change. There is a good article on InfoWorld and I’ve found … Continue reading 

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Programming Fonts

Free downloadable programming fonts created by programmers for programmers.  A cool site.  I’m still choosing my favorite. Proggy Fonts Post Footer automatically generated by Add Post Footer Plugin for wordpress.

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System.Object.GetHashCode()

After reading Ayende’s blog about GetHashCode, I found the following PDF file about the pitfalls of GetHashCode.  I’ve coded it in a Java class but have yet to apply it anywhere else. I don’t believe I’ve used any objects as … Continue reading 

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Resharper Templates

I recently read a good post by Joey.NET and his examples of Resharper Templates. Worth the read if you are a ReSharper user or are looking for a development tool to speed up your process. ReSharper is my tool of … Continue reading 

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