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Christian Peters
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Design Pattern: Unit of Work
The Unit of Work pattern defines an approach to create logical transactions within a system that might otherwise not be transaction based. It commonly is used in conjunction with the Repository Design Pattern. I have previously used the Unit of Work pattern...
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Design Patterns Series
Design Patterns are an approach to solve problems when creating a piece of software. They are useful as a best practice template when solving a problem. They also give you and your teammates a common understanding when discussing how to solve a given proble...
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Design Pattern: Repository
The Repository Pattern is a pattern that defines how to access data in a reusable, isolated fashion. The core concept is to isolate the logic required to call a database, file, or other data source. It can be reused without other layers of the software need...
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Intern Project, a look back.
This summer I was able to be the Lead Developer for our intern team. The team consisted of a developer that was chosen as our Leader, he was able to show his leadership ability in a setting that he would not have otherwise had access to. Myself and another ...
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Developer Job Description
What do you tell people when they as what you do for a living? Do you say that you are a programmer or developer? What if they follow that up by asking what that means, or what your daily activity means? I have an answer that I think describes what I do bes...
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Interns: Taking off the training wheels
My intern team has been working for several weeks now on our new website. We have already completed one deployment to production and are finalizing our second one. We started with a plan to release often adding small bits of functionality as we go and so fa...
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Advice from Dan Wahlin
Dan Wahlin was here this week running an Angular training course. The Intern team had the great opportunity to steal an hour of his time today to ask questions and learn from an expert. We had some Angular specific questions, but we also got a ton of great ...
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New role: Lead Dev
A few weeks ago I started my new role as the Lead Dev for my company's summer intern project. We have 10 weeks for a leader, myself, another full time developer, and four student interns to join as a team and create a working application from scratch. In th...
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HDC 2016 Keynotes
HDC 2016 Keynotes I really enjoyed attending the 2016 version of the Heartland Developers Conference (HDC) . I want to share some of the things that I took away from the conference this year. The biggest highlights for me were the 2 keynotes on day 1 of the...
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Double Back Development
Have you been stuck on a problem at the end of the day only to think about it all night? Then when you start work the next day, you are able to solve the problem quickly. I think I may found a reason that happens. I got this idea from listening to this TED ...
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