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Today we’ll begin the last leg of our journey through all the most common design patterns within our Guide to Software Design Patterns series. It’s finally time to move onto Behavioral patterns, which try to build a foundation on which objects can…

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Moving along through our in-depth Java Exception Handling series, today we’ll take a closer look at the java.lang.reflect.InvocationTargetException. The java.lang.reflect.InvocationTargetException is thrown when working with the reflection API while…

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Next up in our in-depth PHP Exception Handling series we’re taking a closer look at the PHP TypeError. TypeErrors are thrown in a few different scenarios where the PHP engine expects a particular object type, but a different type is provided instead. In…

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Making our way through the detailed .NET Exception Handling series, today we’ll be tackling the System.Web.Services.Protocols.SoapException. The SoapException is only the second exception we’ve covered in this series that deals with the Windows…

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Today we’ll bite off another morsel from our delicious and mildly satiating Java Exception Handling series with a close look at the java.util.ConcurrentModificationException. The java.util.ConcurrentModificationException is typically thrown when code…

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Today we’ll continue down the path of exploring all the cool new features that ES6 JavaScript brings to the table. Thus far in this series we’ve covered quite a bit of ground: In Part 1 we took a look at default parameters, classes, and block-scoping with…

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Next up in our in-depth PHP Exception Handling series we’re taking a closer look at the PHP ParseError. As you might suspect, a ParseError is thrown when PHP has trouble parsing a line of code. This could either be due to a typo or syntax error, or even…

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Today we’re looking at the last of the Structural design patterns within our comprehensive Guide to Software Design Patterns series. The proxy design pattern is intended to act as a simple wrapper for another object. The proxy object can be directly…

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Moving along through our in-depth .NET Exception Handling series, today we come across the System.FormatException. As the name implies, the System.FormatException is thrown in a wide variety of scenarios, yet they all revolve around providing an…

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Today we continue our adventure through the Java Exception Handling series with a close look at the java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError. In most cases, a java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError is thrown when a class reference was available during compile time, but has…
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