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Why all the hating on OO?

I think I finally figured out why there is so much disdain if not outright hate for Object-Oriented techniques these days. TLDR; OO is not well-suited to the prevailing need for client-server (i.e. web) applications. OO is essentially an extension … Continue reading

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Book Review: Software Architecture in Practice

Just finished Software Architecture in Practice by Bass, Clements, and Kazman, and I have to admit to being pleasantly surprised. It’s a dense monster of a book, published by the Software Engineering Institute, and talks about a topic that’s really … Continue reading

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Third-party software: To Use or Not To Use

In designing a new system (or sub-system) or an entire architecture, there is a fundamental and constant tension between building components yourself versus purchasing and/or adapting existing components from outside parties, whether commercial or open-source. In making this type of … Continue reading

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