Posts Tagged ‘architecture’

Multidimensional Separation of Concerns

February 11, 2010 6 comments

Separation of concerns is a popular idea in software. Divide your design up into separate pieces that “know” as little as possible about each other, so you can think about them independently.
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When to use Stored Procedures?

May 11, 2009 Leave a comment

No coding blog would be complete without an overly-simplistic salvo fired into this bloody online battlefield, so here’s mine.

What if you’re writing an application that will make heavy use of an RDBMS?

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General Theory of Resources

February 13, 2009 3 comments

Having blogged the other day about a different way of doing automatic cleanup, I’ve been mulling it over and also answering a question on StackOverflow, and decided that I need to assemble a taxonomy of resources; what kinds there are, how to recognise them by their distinctive markings, guidelines for upkeep, training, feeding, breeding, etc. And because I’m obsessive-compulsive, I also wanted to develop a complete and rigorous theory of resources from the ground up.
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