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In a new post to his site Nikola Posa takes a look at naming conventions in code and makes some recommendations based on his own work. In the last couple of months, I spent a lot of time studying Proophessor Do demo project that showcases features of Prooph components, all with the aim of mastering CQRS/Event Sourcing concepts. Along the way, something else turned my attention away from the main topic - unconventional, but clean and concise naming convention for class and method names. This was a true eye-opener for me, I immediately liked the idea and after adapting it a bit I started practicing it at work. Excited and full of enthusiasm, I shared my findings and opinions with the rest of the world. He tweeted about his excitement but found that there was more to say and a blog post was the place to put it. So in this post he covers several "anti-patterns" to avoid in code naming conventions: Anti-pattern 1: Prefixes/suffixes convention for Interfaces Anti-pattern 2: Archetype suffix convention for domain classes Anti-pattern 3: "get" prefix convention for property accessors He finishes the post with some final thoughts and a "TL;DR" image showing a "right" and "wrong" way to structure your code.
There's no better device than the iPad Pro to showcase your design with a touch of professionalism. This collection includes our picks of the absolute best free and premium iPad Pro mockups, all in one place. Ever since its release, many creatives and professionals have fallen in love with the iPad Pro. A larger screen, […]
BigPanda, a company that leverages artificial intelligence to analyze IT system vulnerabilities, has announced the release of a new suite of APIs. These new self-service APIs are intended to simplify AIOps (artificial intelligence for IT operations) integrations for the company's enterprise customers.
Over the past few years, technologies like cloud computing and microservices emerged to meet the increasing demands of scalability, resilience, and availability. Microservices architecture has been an emerging trend in software architecture over the past few years and holds many promises – faster time to market, better scalability and loosely coupled components. However, this conglomeration […] The post Security Challenges and Solutions for Microservices Architecture appeared first on Developer.com.
For October's collection of free resources for web designers, we've included Icon Sets, Free Fonts, Bootstrap Templates, WordPress Themes, and so much more. The post 50 Free Resources for Web Designers for October 2016 appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
Generally speaking, if you ask 10 WordPress developers how to do something, you’ll receive ten different answers. But that speaks to both the versatility of the CMS and that there... The post How to Add HTML5 Video to WordPress Using Custom Fields appeared first on Speckyboy Design Magazine.
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