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Code Redundancy is NOT Bad - Part 2
improve my => 'code' I got some responses from a post I made on Saturday, that troubled me. I really think it is important to code to an interface whenever possible - not only to give your application to flexibilty, but to give it testability as well. So I thought I might give you an example. Say I have a class that depends on two other classes I have. In this example, Partitioner depends on SystemIOAdapter and MerchantRecordCounter. jstarr jstarr 2 0 2008-06-23T23:16:00Z 2008-06-23T23:16:00Z ......

Posted On Monday, June 23, 2008 6:26 PM

Who Is An Average Developer?
Every blogger I read claims to have superior coding skills, and every place I have worked claims only to hire superior developers. In my current position and in my prior one, my employers say they interviewed more than twenty candidates to fill each position. If that's so, where are the average coders? I heard one theory - they are all unemployed! And they keep trying to get jobs but they can't. So interviewers have a skewed sampling of coders. I will confirm that in my current and previous position ......

Posted On Friday, May 2, 2008 7:24 PM

HttpModule Question
I recently implemented an HttpModule in a web project (.NET 2.0 Framework on Windows XP), and noticed some anomolous behavior... The Init method for the HttpModule does not always fire (sometimes it did however) after the web application started. I used an obvious workaround, and took advantage of the event model exposed in global.asax. But I am disturbed from what I saw. Has anyone else noticed this anomaly? Is this something that can be fixed? Thanks for the help! Jonathan Starr ......

Posted On Tuesday, March 4, 2008 9:21 PM

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