Archive for the 'Domain Driven Design' Category

3 easy steps to your first Selenium acceptance test.

People keep asking me how to start writing Selenium tests. I’m going to give all my secrets away in this easy 3 step plan.

Begin by recording your high level test with Selenium IDE, convert the result into the language of your choice and put the code in a unit test. Walk through the generated code [...]

Law of Demeter, MVC views, and the Presenter pattern

Over on Pivotal Blabs there is an interesting post Lovely Demerter, Meter Maid commenting on the last section of Misunderstanding Law of Demeter by Dan Manges. I’m a big fan of making views (the V in MVC) compliant with LoD by using the Presenter Pattern in Rails, go have a read and let us [...]

Domain Driven Design Quickly available as a free download on InfoQ.com

Domain Driven Design Quickly available as a free download on InfoQ.com. Registration is required of course, but it’s probably worth while if you don’t already own Domain-Driven Design: Tackling Complexity in the Heart of Software

Domain Driven Design is a vision and approach for dealing with highly complex domains that is based on [...]