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OOP the Easy WayObject-Oriented Programming the Easy Way: a manifesto for reclaiming OOP from three decades of confusion and needless complexity.
Monthly Archives: January 2012
Being knowledgable in the field of information security is useful and beneficial. However, it’s not sufficient, and while it’s (somewhat) easy to argue that it’s necessary there’s a big gap between being a security expert and making software better, or … Continue reading
Context @unclebobmartin said: One of the bad behaviors that destroys projects is “irresponsible tolerance”. Tolerating what you know you should fix. This triggered a discussion between @phil_nash and myself. As far as this got on the Twitters, we agreed that … Continue reading
I have previously written on the economics of software insecurity, and I quote a couple of paragraphs from that post below: One option that is not fully explored in the book, but which I believe could be worth exploring, is … Continue reading