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Infinitely Extensible
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| by Alex Papadimoulis Follow 0 Followers on Aug 31, 2011 |

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Alex Papadimoulis discusses avoiding over-engineering a program, presenting extensibility types used, extensibility design patterns, when to use them, and what happens when they are incorrectly used.

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Alex Papadimoulis is the founder and editor of The Daily WTF, a leading how-not-to guide for developing software. Residing in Berea, Ohio, he is a software engineer at Inedo and uses his 10+ years of IT experience to help software development organizations utilize best practices in their products though BuildMaster, a next-generation ALM suite.

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