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Semi-Object Oriented C Development – Part 4

An Alternate Way… I haven’t added to this series in a while, but a friend of mine named Cole left a comment on my first post that I thought I should share. He recommended an alternative implementation for typedefing your

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Advice to New Software Developers

At my job I have had the unique opportunity to be involved in the hiring process of new software engineers. Where I work, after the initial interview you have a series of second interviews with a subset of the developers.

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Semi-Object Oriented C Development – Part 3

Well, here it is! Part 3 of my series on Object… Semi-Object Oriented C Development. For those of you sitting in your chairs saying, “I don’t remember parts 1 and 2”, well here you go: http://wp.me/p1fcqR-p Object Oriented C Development

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What is Knowing UML Worth?

I bought a book on UML 2.0, UML 2.0 In a Nutshell to be specific, and have been reading it on breaks at work. While on break today I was asked by one of our architects why I was reading

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Semi-Object Oriented C Development – Part 2

In Part 1 of “Object Oriented C Development” I talked about typedefing your “class” as a “void *”, how to define a “constructor” and how to define a “destructor”. In case you forgot, or haven’t seen it, here is the

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Object Oriented C Development – Part 1

C is obviously not an object oriented language. However, that does not mean it cannot be used like one. A year or more ago I wanted to learn how to structure my C code in such a way to closely

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