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Artikel2 ttg Object-Oriented Design (mazhab Agile) by zeddy

Seperti yg dijanjikan di entry sebelumnya, berikut pemahaman saya tentang prinsip-prinsip OOD berdasarkan mazhab Agile, yang saya tulis ke dalam artikel: SRP: http://blogs.netindonesia.net/zeddy/articles/srp.aspx OCP: http://blogs.netindonesia.net/zeddy...
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Principles of Object-Oriented Design according to Agile... by zeddy

In my previous entry, I described Bob Martin’s design smells. To eliminate those smells, he uncovered some principles of object-oriented design. Note that these are not the product of his single mind, rather he has collected decades of software...
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Design Smells... by zeddy

Martin Fowler [1] , introduced us to code smells . Robert C. Martin provides us a higher-level smells or design smells in his book [2] . Here they are: Rigidity – the design is hard to change because every change forces many other changes to other...
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Anyone who discovered this will be famous... by zeddy

This is a good paper to read “Passwords and Passion“ ( http://www.computer.org/portal/cms_docs_software/software/homepage/2006/s4005.pdf ). True, users shouldn't be bombarded with password rules (change every month, must have special char...
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SuperBattery & Windows Automotive by zeddy

This is why I love Sony laptops, super battery life. I just upgraded my laptop battery: And I managed to meet the Windows Automotive guys here and chitchat a bit. Photos here: http://blogs.netindonesia.net/zeddy/gallery/340.aspx Share this post: | | ...
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Blogging from 3 km high... by zeddy

On the way from S'pore-Frankfurt, SQ ladies were giving free 30mins Internet prepaid cards. Hehe, krn cuman gue yg bawa laptop di cabin, kartu prepaid anak2 MsIndo lainnya gue 'palakin... keke, lumayan internet gratis. Well, it's another 6 hours flying...
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A glimpse of my pet project by zeddy

Here's a part of my project that tries to eat up integers and reals. You should be able to guess what my project is by the Directory Name :) And a glimpse of the code written for it: Yes, I've heard your feedback fellow students. This year, the Academic...
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Another student going to Microsoft by zeddy

Remember Rick Brewster ( http://blogs.msdn.com/rickbrew/default.aspx ), University of Washington student who created Paint.Net and later worked for Microsoft? Here's another one: Wilco Bauwer, from Netherlands, who created IronRuby ( http://wilcoding...
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VSTS Interview with Richard Hundhausen by zeddy

Richard Hundhausen is the MVP for Visual Studio Team System. Though I never met him face-to-face, we did have email exchanges when he was the mentor for .Net Framework 2.0 Upgrade during internal training. As always, he has a way with words. Read the...
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ASP.Net Training for PHP, JSP & Coldfusion Developers by zeddy

Lots of webcasts for people learning ASP.Net from different technologies: http://aspnet.cmp.com/ Share this post: | | | |
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Turn off ViewState in Atlas if you don't really need it... by zeddy

Many clicks on an Atlas page may eat up your memory: http://dotnetjunkies.com/WebLog/joshuagough/archive/2006/06/28/141278.aspx Share this post: | | | |
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