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new Agile in a Flash blog article, "Simplify Design With Zero, One, Many"

Jeff Langr
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An article by Tim and Jeff about the significance and implications of the zero, one, and many cardinalities in software development:

http://agileinaflash.blogspot.com/2012/06/simplify-design-with-zero-one-many.html


Books: Agile Java, Modern C++ Programming with TDD, Essential Java Style, Agile in a Flash. Contributor, Clean Code.
Junilu Lacar
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Hi Jeff!

Nice summary of the ZOM rules.

It would be even nicer if there were some concrete examples that folks could read to see how the rules are applied. Maybe I'll work on a few myself while I'm off from work next week.
Thanks again for the link!


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Jeff Langr
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Junilu Lacar wrote:It would be even nicer if there were some concrete examples that folks could read to see how the rules are applied. Maybe I'll work on a few myself while I'm off from work next week.
Thanks again for the link!


Thanks Junilu,

That's a great idea. I always think ideas go better with code, but there's also the interest in keeping the blog posts short (and then the laziness factor). While we could expand and flesh out some examples later, we probably won't get around to it, so we'd love to see any examples you come up with!

Regards,
Jeff
William P O'Sullivan
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Good article.

It's not a matter of code examples per se.

We have all coded enough through various employments, hobbies etc.

It is more of more of an understand as to how to apply ZOM based on business requirements (our clients and customers).

I think..

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