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Architecture Principles

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Steve Jones asks today if you have any architectural principles at your job that you use to build software. Having a set of guidelines is a great way to build better software and having your own set of principles will help you to build better software as well.

2009-12-17

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Architecture Principles

  • Article

Steve Jones asks today if you have any architectural principles at your job that you use to build software. Having a set of guidelines is a great way to build better software and having your own set of principles will help you to build better software as well.

2009-12-17

1,694 reads

Technical Article

Architecture Principles

  • Article

Steve Jones asks today if you have any architectural principles at your job that you use to build software. Having a set of guidelines is a great way to build better software and having your own set of principles will help you to build better software as well.

2009-12-17

1,567 reads

Technical Article

Architecture Principles

  • Article

Steve Jones asks today if you have any architectural principles at your job that you use to build software. Having a set of guidelines is a great way to build better software and having your own set of principles will help you to build better software as well.

2009-12-17

3,464 reads

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Building an API

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Is it better to build an API into your code and allow someone to "plug in" or provide them with source code? Steve Jones thinks the former is better and gives you a few reasons why.

2009-08-04

485 reads

Technical Article

Building an API

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Is it better to build an API into your code and allow someone to "plug in" or provide them with source code? Steve Jones thinks the former is better and gives you a few reasons why.

2009-08-04

541 reads

Technical Article

Building an API

  • Article

Is it better to build an API into your code and allow someone to "plug in" or provide them with source code? Steve Jones thinks the former is better and gives you a few reasons why.

2009-08-04

1,450 reads

SQLServerCentral Editorial

Building an API

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Is it better to build an API into your code and allow someone to "plug in" or provide them with source code? Steve Jones thinks the former is better and gives you a few reasons why.

2009-08-04

218 reads

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