Previously we discussed why solitary tests should be easy to read. Sometimes, the readability of solitary tests is affected by those developers who overcomplicate or overenginee...Read more ...
I’m very proud to announce that my first video course has been published on Udemy. This course teaches software developers how to write maintainable and readable unit tests. It...Read more ...
In my previous post, I outlined an issue that I had with Castle Windsor for configuring multiple chains of responsibility. I want to have different ProcessConsumer classes that ...Read more ...
A couple of months ago, I applied the Chain of Responsibility pattern for the very first time. I've never encountered a scenario before where applying this pattern would be a va...Read more ...
Ray Houston has written this post on his blog named Single-Responsibility Versus Needless Complexity. His post contains the following code sample of which he suspects that it po...Read more ...
It should solve a problem and thus it must be valuable to its users. In short, it should do what it must do and simply work. It should be very easy to change. Every piece of...Read more ...
This is the title of an awesome talk that Chris Richardson gave at the Spring One 2007 conference in Antwerp. You can watch this session online. He gives a really nice introduct...Read more ...
Good code should read like a good book. Combine these two and you get a book like Beautiful Code: Leading Programmers Explain How They Think. I've had it on my wishlist for a wh...Read more ...
A while ago I blogged about Domain-Driven Design and how I like it so much. I mentioned that Tim McCarthy is writing a book that I'm pretty much looking forward to. Today he ann...Read more ...
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