Separating your Concerns

I spent a lot of time debating what I should title this post. Should it be “Buzz Words”? Or maybe “Separation of Concerns and SRP”… SOLID Concerns? In the end, I settled on this — Separating your Concerns. I also spent a bunch of cycles, asking myself what I really wanted to cover. What ideasContinue reading “Separating your Concerns”

What I wish I would’ve listened to – Part 1

You’ve heard it a million times, “here’s some advice I wish they would’ve told me when I was your age”. In my case, I’m very fortunate to have grown up with great parents, who shared with me a lot of their life experience and knowledge (thanks Mom & Dad). Sometimes though, I was just tooContinue reading “What I wish I would’ve listened to – Part 1”

[ASPeKT] Oriented Programming

I recently had the pleasure of doing a podcast, with Matthew D. Groves, of Cross Cutting Concerns blog. He essentially “wrote the book”, so to speak, on Aspect Oriented Programming. It’s called AOP in .NET, without pumping his tires too much, I will say that his book is pretty great. I just recently finished reading it, and came toContinue reading “[ASPeKT] Oriented Programming”

The one where we reverse engineered Microsoft’s C++ Unit Test Framework (Part 3) – Exceptions

Again, if you haven’t already done so I suggest reading through Part 1 and Part 2 of the series. I’ll do a quick TL; DR; recap, but it may not do it justice. What feels like ages ago, I started on a journey to implement a clone of Microsoft’s C++ Unit Test Framework Test Adapter,Continue reading “The one where we reverse engineered Microsoft’s C++ Unit Test Framework (Part 3) – Exceptions”