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This month, we dive into design with a tutorial on dependency injection, a discussion of Lean UX, praise for small classes, and more!
Table of Contents:
- UML 2.5: Do You Even Care?
By Scott W. Ambler
Scott argues that while the OMG has been successful in marketing UML, it's been less successful in producing something people find useful.
- Dependency Injection
By Mark Seeman
By injecting methods, it's possible to insert different actions into a function without changing code -- the ultimate in loose coupling.
- Lean UX: Making Sure You're Building the Right Product
By Nellie LeMonier
By continuous discovery of users' needs and sharing the research with the entire team, you take the risk out of new projects.
- From the Vault: In Praise of Small Classes
By Andrew Binstock
Using small classes avoids introducing unnecessary complexity into your code. Now then, how to do it? Start with five not-so-easy steps.
- News Briefs
By Adrian Bridgwater
Recent news on tools, platforms, frameworks, and the state of the software development world.
- Open-Source Dashboard
Snapshots of interesting items on drdobbs.com including a look at machine learning with Apache Mahout and a debate about whether Java is dying.
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