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Does my use of the strategy pattern violate the fundamental MVC pattern in iOS?

I'm about to use the 'strategy' pattern in my iOS app, but feel like my approach violates the somehow fundamental MVC pattern. My app is displaying visual "stories", and a Story consists (i.e. has ...
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Should Uncle Bob's example be refactored to an AbstractFactory or a SimpleFactory?

In the book "Clean Code" Robert Martin makes a statement regarding the following code: public Money calculatePay(Employee e) throws InvalidEmployeeType { switch (e.type) { case COMMISSIONED: ...
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Are “Clean Code” practices really that clean and useful? [closed]

I am currently doing an internship in a large corporation and they are undergoing many changes in software delivery structure (moving to Agile). In the past couple of months I have noticed this ...
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What does Uncle Bob mean by 'noun phrase names'?

I am reading Clean Code by Uncle Bob. Because I am not a native-English speaker, I couldn't understand following statement: Classes and objects should have noun or noun phrase names like ...
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“Agile Principles, Patterns, and Practices in C#”: Is this just a .NET-translation of the popular Uncle Bob book? [closed]

I found this book sold on Amazon Agile Principles, Patterns, and Practices in C#, written by Robert C Martin and Micah Martin. Is it merely a .NET port of the older, more popular Agile Software ...
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When is a Use Case layer needed?

In his blog post The Clean Architecture Uncle Bob suggests a 4-layer architecture. I understand the separation between business rules, interfaces and infrastructure, but I wonder if/when it's ...
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Why is Clean Code suggesting avoiding protected variables?

Clean Code suggests avoiding protected variables in the "Vertical Distance" section of the "Formatting" chapter: Concepts that are closely related should be kept vertically close to each other. ...
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What is the significance of 10 characters in this Uncle Bob post?

In this blog posting by Uncle Bob http://blog.8thlight.com/uncle-bob/2012/04/20/Why-Is-Estimating-So-Hard.html Author states a possible solution to the problem at hand. He writes "Try this. Break ...
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Are There Any Examples of Uncle Bob's High-Falutin' Architecture? [closed]

I just finished watching this presentation by Uncle Bob (as well as his "Architecture" section of his "Clean Code" videos), but I'm left wondering: Are there any examples out there of applications ...
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Should I buy Clean Code after reading The Clean Coder? [closed]

I"m currently reading The Clean Coder by Robert C. Martin. It's a great book and I'm learning a lot from it. My objective is to become a "professional" programmer so I'm trying to learn the most I ...
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What does Clean Code mean to you? [closed]

A group of developers and I recently started a book club, and our first book of choice is Clean Code by Robert C. Martin. It is a great book on software craftsmanship and I would highly recommend it. ...