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Archive for June 18th, 2015

2 More Old Micro Cornucopia issues on BitSavers from 1986 « The Wiert Corner – irregular stream of stuff

Posted by jpluimers on 2015/06/18

Almost two years ago, I wrote “the only issues missing are #28, #30 and #31.”. As of mid May any more:

All of them are from the 5th anniversary year.

–jeroen

via 2 More Old Micro Cornucopia issues on BitSavers from 1986 « The Wiert Corner – irregular stream of stuff.

Posted in 6502 Assembly, Assembly Language, BitSavers.org, C, C++, Development, History, Pascal, Software Development, Turbo Pascal | Leave a Comment »

Inversion of Control via constructor argument passing

Posted by jpluimers on 2015/06/18

Inversion of Control example video on YouTube: business class is not in control of the DAL.

It uses C#, but the code is so simple that every programmer should be able to get it.

Uses:

  • interfaces
  • parameter passing through constructor
  • moving control decisions out of the business class

Inversion of Control (IoC) can later be amended by Dependency Injection (DI), but IoC can easily without that be used very effectively without DI.

I wish the What is…? series had more than 1 episode, but Christian Richards does have some interesting series about game development.

–jeroen

via: duidelijk voorbeeld.

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