Monthly Archives: October 2008

Udi’s SOA Class Made Me Smart

Chris challenged me to write a post showing how smart I am after taking the class. While I know that “made me smart” is completely unbelievable, I did manage learn a great deal. I’m slow to getting around to this … Continue reading 

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Senior Developer Opportunity in Austin

TOPAZ Technologies is currently looking for a Senior Developer who loves to write .NET code. We’re a product company that builds software solutions for the medical research industry. Here are some of the details for the position: If you are … Continue reading 

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Single-Responsibility Versus Needless Complexity

At Pablo’s Day of TDD, we were discussing the Single-Responsibility Principle (SRP) while working through one of the labs and a question came up about a piece of code. The code in question looked something like the following (warning: this … Continue reading 

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