Month: December 2016

If you’ve been following my blog,you’ll know that we have been covering the SOLID Principles,in my previous posts i covered The Single Responsibility Principle,the “S” in the SOLID Acronym,then we covered The Open Closed Principle,today  my focus will be on The Liskov Substitution Principle,the “L” in the SOLID Principles acronym. What is LSP? This principle is […]

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Last week I covered the Single Responsibility Principe, which is part of the SOLID Principles, this week I will continue and cover the next principle  which is the Open/Closed Principle. What is The Open Closed Principle? Robert “Uncle Bob”  Martín, defines it like this: The open/closed principle states “software entities (classes, modules, functions, etc.) should be open […]

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Today I will tackle a topic that new to intermediate software developers struggle with, that’s a concept of design principles,if you master the design principles it will greatly improve your productivity as a software developer. I know in some large organisations I know there is a person responsible for implementing the design principles or enforce […]

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