Much has been written and said about programming in “the zone”. Most articles
give you tips on how to get in the zone and keep there. I haven’t found any
article though that challenges the usefulness of ‘being in the zone’ (If I have...
Automated acceptance tests play a vital role in continuous delivery. Contrary to
unit tests though, they’re quite hard to get right. This is not only because
end-to-end testing is harder than testing single units, but also because of the
way they need to be...
In my last few posts I have hammered a lot on simplicity in software. In my
first post (Simplicity in software
) I explained what the difference is between easy and simple code (or hard and
In my post on how to simplify code by using composition
[https://www.kenneth-truyers.net/2014/06/02/simplify-code-by-using-composition/] instead of an
AOP-framework I showed a way of substituting attribute based programming with a
more composable paradigm. The result of that transformation will be my...
In my previous posts I talked about how you can decrease dependency on external
libraries and frameworks while making your code simpler (not easier, simpler).
In this post I want to continue on the same thread and show some of the benefits
of Pure DI...