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Long-Term Travel Gear List


over 3 years ago by Peter Harkins on Push cx.
Recently I was pontificating at Kori Roys, a coworker who’s recently departed for some long-term travel, about what to bring and how to pack it. I...

Builder Methods


over 3 years ago by Peter Harkins on Push cx.
I was reading Corey Haines’ book Understanding the Four Rules of Simple Design (capsule review on the 2014 book reviews post) when I read: In fact...

Builder Methods


over 3 years ago by Peter Harkins on Push cx.
I was reading Corey Haines’ book Understanding the Four Rules of Simple Design (capsule review on the 2014 book reviews post) when I read: In fact...

2014 Book Reviews


over 3 years ago by Peter Harkins on Push cx.
I’ve appreciated when people take the time to write reviews and highlight connections to other good works. In the hopes of being useful (and converting...

2014 Book Reviews


over 3 years ago by Peter Harkins on Push cx.
I’ve appreciated people who take the time to write reviews and highlight connections to other good works, so I’m going to try writing and posting...

2014 Book Reviews


over 3 years ago by Peter Harkins on Push cx.
I’ve appreciated when people take the time to write reviews and highlight connections to other good works. In the hopes of being useful (and converting...

Two Designs for SequenceIdGenerator


over 3 years ago by Peter Harkins on Push cx.
In my previous, marathon post on id generation, I mentioned that I was generating unique sequence numbers. It was straightforward to write a class to generate...

Two Designs for SequenceIdGenerator


over 3 years ago by Peter Harkins on Push cx.
In my previous, marathon post on id generation, I mentioned that I was generating unique sequence numbers. It was straightforward to write a class to generate...

Distributed ID Generation and Bit Packing


over 3 years ago by Peter Harkins on Push cx.
There are two ways for programs to collaborate: they can communicate their shared state or they can partition the work so they don’t need to know...

Distributed ID Generation and Bit Packing


over 3 years ago by Peter Harkins on Push cx.
There are two ways for programs to collaborate: they can communicate their shared state or they can partition the work so they don’t need to know...