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Let's Reconsider That
A Weblog by Michael Feathers
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October 7, 2005,  4 comments
A pattern for the recursive creation of composite objects.
October 6, 2005,  11 comments
Think code can't lie? Think again.
September 20, 2005,  25 comments
Or do they?
September 9, 2005,  50 comments
Don't let slow tests bog you down.
September 6, 2005,  20 comments
How do differences in temperament affect your team?
August 30, 2005,  14 comments
About 88% of an iceberg's mass is below water. How much of your class is down there too?
July 26, 2005,  3 comments
I like little programming languages. The sad thing about designing one is that people expect you to have a purpose.
June 27, 2005,  14 comments
What is the role of academic research in software engineering? Should it happen at all?
April 15, 2005,  1 comment
Career day wasn't as fun as it could've been.
April 6, 2005,  9 comments
There are many different models of computation. Here's an uncommon one which could have relevance in the future.
April 4, 2005,  6 comments
The hardest part of writing a book is discovering that you can't read it any more. That's when you get scared.
March 7, 2005,  13 comments
Where work and life meet, we have a lot of choices.
January 4, 2005,  27 comments
Sometimes the roadblocks we encounter are our own.
November 27, 2004,  10 comments
Passing null into methods is considered bad practice, but sometimes it can be very powerful.
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