QA Friday 2016-Aug-12

QA Friday 2016-Aug-12

https://www.takeupcode.com/podcast-player/551/qa-friday-2016-aug-12.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 7:38 | Recorded on August 11, 2016When should I create a new class? There’s no single answer I can give you for this because every situation is...
17: Object-Oriented Programming. The Next Level.

17: Object-Oriented Programming. The Next Level.

https://www.takeupcode.com/podcast-player/297/17-object-oriented-programming-the-next-level.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 6:35 | Recorded on December 6, 2015Object-oriented programming, or OOP, is a powerful way of designing software by creating...
18: Constructors.

18: Constructors.

https://www.takeupcode.com/podcast-player/298/18-constructors.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 9:51 | Recorded on December 6, 2015Constructors are your first opportunity to make sure your custom types are well formed. This episode explains the...
24: Inheritance. The Is-A Relationship.

24: Inheritance. The Is-A Relationship.

https://www.takeupcode.com/podcast-player/331/24-inheritance-the-is-a-relationship.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 9:05 | Recorded on December 21, 2015Class relationships bring out the full power of object-oriented programming. Inheritance allows you...
25: Inheritance. Overriding Methods.

25: Inheritance. Overriding Methods.

https://www.takeupcode.com/podcast-player/332/25-inheritance-overriding-methods.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 12:49 | Recorded on December 22, 2015Declaring that a class is another class type is only part of the reason to use inheritance....
29: Abstract Classes. Incomplete On Their Own.

29: Abstract Classes. Incomplete On Their Own.

https://www.takeupcode.com/podcast-player/340/29-abstract-classes-incomplete-on-their-own.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 6:41 | Recorded on December 29, 2015What if you were writing a class that you wanted to be a base class? A class designed from...
48: Chaining: Operators, Classes, Calls.

48: Chaining: Operators, Classes, Calls.

https://www.takeupcode.com/podcast-player/386/48-chaining-operators-classes-calls.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 12:33 | Recorded on February 1, 2016Chaining is a common term that has several different meanings. This episode explains how you can use...
63: Design Patterns: Abstract Factory.

63: Design Patterns: Abstract Factory.

https://www.takeupcode.com/podcast-player/412/63-design-patterns-abstract-factory.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 12:40 | Recorded on February 28, 2016The abstract factory creational pattern allows you to organize different sets of classes that work...
65: Design Patterns: Bridge.

65: Design Patterns: Bridge.

https://www.takeupcode.com/podcast-player/415/65-design-patterns-bridge.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 8:23 | Recorded on March 1, 2016The bridge structural pattern allows you to separate an interface from its implementation. Maybe you want to start...
68: Design Patterns: Facade.

68: Design Patterns: Facade.

https://www.takeupcode.com/podcast-player/421/68-design-patterns-facade.mp3Download file | Play in new window | Duration: 8:28 | Recorded on March 7, 2016The facade structural pattern provides a simplified way for you to interact with a more complicated set of...
How to use built-in and user-defined types.

How to use built-in and user-defined types.

Register Now For Next Available Class On Integral Types Register Now For Next Available Class On Floating Point Types Register Now For Next Available Class On Built-In Types Register Now For Next Available Class On Struct Types Register Now For Next Available Class On...
How to name things in your code.

How to name things in your code.

Register Now For Next Available Session How To Name Things In Your Code So That You'll Be Able To Jump Back In Months Later As If You Had Just Written It My thinking on this has definitely changed over the years. I’ve made a lot of mistakes here. Not the...
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