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Clojure Core.Async by Timothy Baldridge Posted on Aug 01, 2014 Timothy Baldridge introduces Clojure’s Core.Async library, presenting the motivation behind the library and examples in Clojure and ClojureScript helpful to decouple subsystems in an application.

Backbone.js by Jeremy Ashkenas Posted on Aug 21, 2012 Jeremy Ashkenas introduces Backbone.js, a JavaScript data modeling framework intended to decouple data handling code from the DOM, being useful especially when the user interacts with the data.

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Cut off wrong dependencies in your .NET code by Patrick Smacchia Posted on Jul 16, 2012 Patrick Smacchia advises developers to treat each namespace in an application as a component, and make sure there are no dependency cycles between your components. He claims that by abiding by this simple tenet, the structure of a large application can’t diverge to the monolithic block of spaghetti code base that seems to be the rule more than the exception in enterprise professional development. 2

Nate Kohari on Releasing Ninject 1.0 by Robert Bazinet Posted on Jun 17, 2008 Ninject is touted as a lightning-fast, ultra-lightweight dependency injector for .NET applications. Helping developers split applications into a collection of loosely-coupled, highly-cohesive pieces, and then glue them back together in a flexible manner. Using Ninject to support your software's architecture, your code will become easier to write, reuse, test, and modify. 1

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Hilary Mason on and Trending Clickstreams by Hilary Mason Posted on Jan 20, 2011 Hilary Mason, interviewed by Ryan Slobojan, discuss the engineering behind and their use of machine learning in their system architecture. Hilary also talks about their use of MySQL and MongoDB to manage terabytes of information about users and clicks and their implications on performing real-time analysis of anthropology on the human condition.

Ralph Johnson, Joe Armstrong on the Future of Parallel Programming by Ralph Johnson, Joe Armstrong Posted on Jul 21, 2010 Ralph Johnson and Joe Armstrong discuss their ideas about parallel programming - whether shared memory is harmful, the place of message passing, fault tolerance, the importance of protocols and more.

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