Category Archives: OO

Successful IoC container usage

Every now and again I here the meme of IoC containers being bad, they lead to bad developer practices, they’re too complicated and on and on. IoC containers – like any sharp tool – can be easily abused. Dependency injection, … Continue reading 

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CodeStock 2011 Wrap-up

This past weekend, I had the pleasure of attending and speaking at the CodeStock 2011 conference. I haven’t been to a whole lot of developer-run conferences besides our own local code camps, but this one absolutely blew the others away. … Continue reading 

Also posted in Domain-Driven Design, git | 3 Comments

The Template Method is a lie

In my recent adventures with controller-less actions, and trying to solve the issue of the crazy CRUDController mess I had put myself (and our team/project) into.  While some gravitate towards the Singleton pattern to abuse after they learn the GoF … Continue reading 

Also posted in Design | 15 Comments