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The Tight Three: SRP, OCP, and IoC

Today I’m going to elaborate on a statement I made in my¬†Inversion of Control (IoC) post: …inversion of control falls naturally out of writing cohesive units that adhere to the single-responsibility principle (pdf) and the open-closed principle (pdf). Inversion of control is about responsibility placement. That is, to use IoC is to consider an object’s […]

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Inversion of Control (IoC) and Dependency Injection (DI)

What is Inversion of Control (IoC)? Inversion of Control (IoC) is a generic term for changing (i.e. inverting) which of at least two sites controls a specific behavior. In other words, inversion of control is a simple statement about where the responsibility or control over some behavior belongs. ¬†Thus, inversion of control falls naturally out […]

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TDD: the Failed Panacea

This post was imported from blogger, to see the original, likely better-formatted post see kalebpederson.blogspot.com. >Yes, I admit it.  TDD is not a panacea; it fails as a cure-all. Some bigots might claim it is (and, yes, I probably sound like a bigot every now and then), but TDD isn’t perfect. Over the last few […]

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