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Fundamental Failing of JSF, Some Ideas for Overcoming
Posted: September 24, 2008Published: September 23, 2008
Author: Rob WilliamsPublisher: Javalobby
If you look at the history of technology, there are certain rules that exist in a kind of stratosphere, above specific technologies, that apply to lots of areas. One of those tablet rules has a vernacular version that is sh*t in/sh*t out. The basic idea being that if you let bad stuff into your program, your program will produce bad stuff. Of course, in the old days, the "bad" would be data. Today, in the age of object orientation, just calling it data is probably wrong, instead, it goes to the whole generative problem that my last couple posts have discussed: how do we create objects, where, and how are we sure that they are valid?


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