Tag Archives: Object Oriented Design Principles

DRY vs Coupling

While reviewing my previous post another great discussion, which may arise from paying attention to your references, came to my mind: Don’t Repeat Yourself (DRY) vs Coupling. Each time you add a new reference it means that you want to … Continue reading

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Dependency Inversion and Assemblies References

In my last posts I have talked about using assembly references to preserve critical design aspects. In Enforce Consistency with Assemblies References I talk about how we can use references to outline the allowed dependencies in code and how to … Continue reading

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The Code Design Training

It was few months ago more than a year ago (22nd of February 2013 in my Trello card, Ideas column), when I came up with the thought of developing a training about how to write good code. At that time … Continue reading

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