Monthly Archives: November 2009

Back to Basics: Usage of Static

The keyword static is somewhat awkward in a pure Oriented-Object world. I would like to expose here the usages of static I came up after 15 years of OO Programming. The 2 rules of thumb are: A: Static fields that are not pure value … Continue reading 

Posted in CQL, Helper, Object oriented programming, OO, Static | 20 Comments

On being Culture Aware

Normal 0 21 false false false FR X-NONE X-NONE A typical development pitfall comes from forgetting about the culture setup of the machine on which the code is executed in production (typical it works on my machine mistake). Imagine that … Continue reading 

Posted in CQL rule, Culture, FXcop | 8 Comments

The code is the truth, but it is not the whole truth

In a recent interview from Grady Booch, co-creator of UML, Grady said: When Jim, Ivar, and I began our journey that became manifest in the UML, we never intended it to become a programming language. I think that there’s a … Continue reading 

Posted in Code, CQL, Grady Booch, Truth | 9 Comments