Monthly Archives: July 2007

Loosely Coupled XML Web Services

I am a little late to respond to this but Dare has a post that reiterates why web services should not be consumed in an RPC-like manner with tight-coupling to WSDL (even if you haven’t bought into SSDL yet). A … Continue reading

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SD Expo – Day 1

I’m attending Dr.Dobb’s Architecture & Design World Conference. Here are my notes from sessions I attended today: Interaction Testing – TDD is ultimately supposed to influence the design of classes. Code-first or code-after is not as important as letting tests … Continue reading

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Flying Eagles Crash Land

Two days ago, the Flying Eagles of Nigeria crashed out of the U20 WC currently being played in Canada by the margin of 4 goals. All 4 goals were scored in extra time. Simply put, the team collapsed as extra … Continue reading

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How Do You Like Your IPhone?

Amazing what a blender can do!

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