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What’s Hot: The 5 Most Wanted IT Jobs

on May 5, 2015 7:00 AM By | Henry Cheang | 0 Comments | Big Data Core Values Company Culture Cloud Software Programming
Big data, cloud, and IT are becoming more important than ever to businesses worldwide. This is causing a high demand for IT workers with specific skill sets. 
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Always try to be DRY and SOLID (Part 3)

on December 12, 2012 9:30 AM By | Caroline Le Brun | 0 Comments | Acronyms Programming
In the second part of this post I started talking about being SOLID so if you didn’t see it, I recommend that you take a few minutes and read it.
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Always try to be dry and solid- Object-Oriented [OO] Programming Principles (Part 2)

on November 15, 2012 9:28 AM By | Caroline Le Brun | 0 Comments | Acronyms Programming
In the first part of this post we talked about being DRY so if you didn’t see it, I recommend that you take a few minutes and read it. SOLID is an acronym of acronyms. It's better to show than trying to explain; take a look at the table below: S - SRP - Single Responsibility Principle O - OCP - Open/Close Principle L - LSP - Liskov Substitution Principle I - ISP - Interface Segregation Principle                       *Please note that Etelesolv changed its         D - DIP - Dependency Inversion Principle                           company name to Cimpl in 2016. Those principles are themes that fill many books on coding. They represent studies of programing’s best practices on the OO (object oriented) world. I will try to be as brief and simple as possible, but I recommend that if you want to go deeper on the matter, it will give you an excellent framework to improve your coding.
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Always try to be Dry and Solid– Object-Oriented [OO] Programming Principles (Part 1)

on November 12, 2012 11:50 AM By | Caroline Le Brun | 0 Comments | Programming
Nope… I am NOT talking about your choice of deodorant. Those two acronyms represent what I think are the most important principles of software development in the OO (object oriented) world. Some of them not only apply to OO but to any kind of development that you might want to do. I will talk briefly about them in this post but let’s start about on why we should use it. *Please note that Etelesolv changed its company name to Cimpl in 2016. Writing GOOD code is not only about getting your application/functionality to do what you want it too. It also has to be (among other things) simple, clear and maintainable. Wherever you work, during the development process, any code you write will most probably have errors (you know it will!!) and will be read by other developers. How you write that code will have a huge impact on how easy it will be to correct errors and make other adaptions or changes to it. That impact will be felt as the amount of time required to do the correction/change and time means cost. So the principles that I will present are tools to help make the code you write more (let’s say) developer friendly.
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