[rescue] hexagonal architecture - Re: Has freshmeat.net disappeared forever?
toby at telegraphics.com.au
Wed Jun 25 21:03:45 CDT 2014
On 25/06/14 2:46 PM, Richard wrote:
> In article <alpine.BSF.2.00.1406251315570.2836 at blueshift.celestrion.net>,
> Jonathan Patschke <jp at celestrion.net> writes:
>> [build sufficient abstractions]
>> However, once you get that done, you have a nicely portable library with
>> Windows and Unix front-ends. Adding more is only an incremental
> Yep. Alistair Cockburn calls it "hexagonal architecture" and it's a
> hallmark of getting the most from object-oriented design.
Reminds me of Uncle Bob's talk to Ruby Midwest.
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