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  • A response to Validation in a DDD world

    Jimmy Bogard presented a well written argument for always keeping validation out of entities in a domain driven design except in "the absolute worst case." But, IMO, there is simply no black and white verdict on where validation must live in a DDD application and must be carefully considered...
    Posted to Billy McCafferty by Billy McCafferty on 02-17-2009
    Filed under: DeepThoughtsByJackHandey, DDD
  • Pair Programming with Descartes

    If I could choose one dead dude to pair programmer with, it would have to be Descartes. Descartes' first work, Rules for the Direction of our Native Intelligence , set forth most of the knowledge necessary to take on the most arduous challenges that we encounter while designing and developing software...
    Posted to Billy McCafferty by Billy McCafferty on 02-02-2008
    Filed under: DeepThoughtsByJackHandey
  • Bridging the Communities

    A pleasant comment was left on my NHibernate Best Practices article concerning the utter uselessness of going with non-Microsoft technologies. It troubles me that after years of building a mature, open-source community in the Microsoft world, that this opinion still persists. This could be regarded as...
    Posted to Billy McCafferty by Billy McCafferty on 01-10-2008
    Filed under: DeepThoughtsByJackHandey, Featured
  • Standing on the Shoulders of Giants

    Needless to say, computer science is still in its infancy but has made incredible strides in just over half a century. During this time, it's striven to get the respect it deserves as a disciplined subject. Even just 14 years ago, when I started my undergrad in this subject, I recall reading articles...
    Posted to Billy McCafferty by Billy McCafferty on 11-12-2007
    Filed under: Software Development, DeepThoughtsByJackHandey, Featured
  • (Re)Assessing Best Practices

    As we progress as developers, we strive to seek out the "best" way to perform our craft. The chosen methods to attain this lofty goal always bring with them a number of developmental trade-offs. Some techniques may simplify the code but lessen fine grained control while others enable greater...
    Posted to Billy McCafferty by Billy McCafferty on 10-15-2007
    Filed under: DeepThoughtsByJackHandey, Patterns, Featured
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