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Author Archives: Evan Hoff
These might not actually be the top 3, but I know they are going to be pretty close for most people: The Call Stack The Transaction The Layers Pattern The first two are interesting in that they imply a specific … Continue reading
We live and work a world where tech talk quick devolves into muddy, undefined communication revolving around one of three concepts: the object, the component, or the service. While I’m not going to try and define each of these for you, I … Continue reading
While this wasn’t targeted at Software Developers or the famed Software Architect, there are a frightening number of parallels. Oh, and it’s good for a laugh.. If you aren’t seeing the video above, here’s the direct link.
So it’s been quite some time since my last post. I figured I’d put an ice breaker out to break the silence. This is it. I’m going to attempt to post more often, but no promises. As an interesting side … Continue reading
The Monolith is probably one of the most common ways people structure systems these days. While this is probably a valid way to build a large majority of small systems, for others, it causes quite a bit of pain. I … Continue reading
Where does C# get its roots? Most C# developers would say it’s a descendant of C++, but is that the case? Did we really get our heritage from C and C++? Here’s a comparison for you: C++ C# Modula-3 Single … Continue reading
Sorry, I had to post this one. Ever written an Excel application which was both data and cpu intensive? Maybe you work for a financial company and want to run your realtime risk analysis off your current trusty Excel spreadsheet. … Continue reading
What a whirlwind! I wanted to put together a few notes from my speaking engagements this year. I’m hoping they might be of use to any of you trying to do the same. Compuware Thought Leadership I gave my first public … Continue reading
I wanted to draw attention to another valuable read. This one comes as a bit of a history of the design and architecture over at MySpace. It’s quite an interesting read, and if you watched/read my previous two posts, you … Continue reading