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Giving apprentices appreciation of SOLID principles [closed]

Experienced developers typically have an appreciation of the SOLID (or other) principles - why we have them, how they help, ways of adhering to them etc. This may be as a result of having written poor ...
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Dependency Inversion Principle vs “Program to an interface, not an implementation”

I'm trying to understand how the Dependency Inversion Principle differs from the "program to an interface, not an implementation" principle. I understand what "Program to an interface, not an ...
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What are the principles of open source projects? [closed]

Although its generally agreed by organisations like the OSI and the FSF what is and isn't an open source software (basically, the the terms of the source code license) what are the guiding principals ...
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Why is Encapsulation considered a primary principle in OOP?

I am currently trying to understand more deeply the 4 principles of OOP: Abstraction, Encapsulation, Inheritance, and Polymorphism. After studying the four principles, I don't fully understand why ...
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What is “Semantics visibility”?

I'm reading 97 Things Every Programmer Should Know, now I'm positioned in "Apply Functional Programming Principles", and there is a paragraph that says: ...A leading cause of defects in imperative ...
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Build one to throw away vs Second-system effect

On one hand there is an advice that says "Build one to throw away". Only after finishing a software system and seeing the end product we realize what went wrong in the design phase and understand how ...