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Wouter Adriaens

Dreamcatcher on a yellow sunny background used to showcase the dream one of our students had to become a software engineer at ToThePoint

ToThePoint realiseert de droom om programmeur te worden

Bij ToThePoint kregen we vorig jaar de vraag of we een dagje les zouden willen geven bij De Lift, een privé-school, gelegen in Diest – voor jongeren met autisme. De lesdag, bestaande uit enkele sessies, zou gaan over onderwerpen als java, test driven development en algemene info uit het bedrijfsleven. In De Lift krijgen jongeren de …

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Intro to DDD and ODD coming from Standard Rails, Part 1

This series is intended for an audience that feels comfortable with the basics of Ruby and Rails and wants to learn how to add practical DDD and OOD principles to their toolkit to improve the quality of their code. INTRODUCTION SINGLE RESPONSIBILITY PRINCIPLE (SRP) A core concept behind good OOD and DDD is SRP: giving …

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doing agile vs being agile

Doing Agile versus Being Agile

A lot has already been written on the difference between “Doing Agile” and “Being Agile”.“Doing Agile” boils down to using the agile terminology, because everybody should be agile, but in fact doing business as usual. “Being Agile” is however implementing a new culture, backed-up by a vision and a consistent set of practices. The latter …

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Intro to DDD and ODD coming from Standard Rails, Part 2

PART 2: QUERY OBJECTS INTRODUCTION Typical responsibilities of a Fat Model. Validating data coming through controllers (validations) Keeping track of the relations between the tables (e.g. has_many) Keeping track of events to be fired in it’s lifecycle (e.g. dependent: destroy, after_saves) Constructing queries on the table (e.g. scopes) Doing calculations on itself or on it’s …

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