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Links 1 through 10 of 63 by Atif Aziz tagged opinions

“I'm certainly not the first person to notice this, but the problem with MVC as given is that you end up stuffing too much code into your controllers, because you don't know where else to put it.

To fix this I've been using a new pattern: MOVE. Models, Operations, Views, and Events.”

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"The more bets you know how to place, the better you’ll place your bets. And the better your bets, the more problems you’ll solve, problems that actually matter, before you run of out of time."

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Ratings & reviews of services providers for businesses.

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“I’m saying that the iPad is the new IE6 because we are expecting it to be something that it isn’t, the same way that we were expecting that IE6 would have the same features/performance/reliability than the latest versions of Firefox/Safari.”

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The inmates weren't running the asylum.

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“But if you are getting the feeling that you should avoid WPF because it might go away or because Silverlight is the better platform, or that WPF code will become obsolete, I think you are getting the wrong impressions and should rethink.”

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“The Managed Extensibility Framework is not an IoC container.”

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“The best code you will ever write is… code you never write.”

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(1) Discovery, (2) Usage, (3) Reading the source, (4) Hacking the source, (5) Reading the source again, (6) Patching the source, (7) Reimplementing the project (but better), (8) Acceptance, (9) Usage, (10) Discovery

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“Dmitry Baranovskiy, the creator of the Raphaël and gRaphaël JavaScript libraries…cited example after example of the terrible code he had found when he went digging through Closure.”

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