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Aspect Oriented Programming: When to start using a framework?
I just watched this talk by Greg Young warning people to KISS: Keep It Simple Stupid. One of the things he suggested is that to do aspect-oriented programming, one does not need a framework. He ...
Jun 17 '11 at 0:56
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