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Ideas of Object-oriented programming – Developer

Ideas of Object-oriented programming Object-oriented programming has been the preferred programming paradigm for over twenty years. It’s construct on the concept issues may be damaged down when it comes to the objects required to resolve it. Let’s take a look into the core rules across the object-oriented programming paradigm. Constructing blocks of OOP Objects Objects…

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Back to Basics: SOLID Principles (Dependency Inversion) – Python Dev Feed

Back to Basics: SOLID Principles (Dependency Inversion) In a software development lifecycle, the decision on how accessible and flexible an object is during this object’s design phase will ensure its usability, simplicity, ease of implementation, and accessibility towards making reliable software. In this post, we will be try understand the fifth SOLID principle and how…

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Back to Basics: SOLID Principles (Interface Segregation) – Python Dev Feed

Back to Basics: SOLID Principles (Interface Segregation) Writing clean code is one of the core precepts of software development. There are various software design approaches to ensure an understandable, flexible, and maintainable code base. In this post, we will be try understand the fourth SOLID principle and how it can help us become better developers….

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Back to Basics: SOLID Principles (Liskov Substitution) – Python Dev Feed

Back to Basics: SOLID Principles (Liskov Substitution) The five object-oriented programming principles a.k.a. SOLID principles establish practices that lend to developing software with considerations for maintaining and extending as the project grows. In this post, we’ll be going over the third SOLID principle. Liskov Substitution Principle The formal definition of the principle says: Let q(x)…

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Back to Basics: SOLID Principles (Part 1) – Python Dev Feed

Back to Basics: SOLID Principles (Part 1) SOLID is an acronym for the 5 programming principles which stands for: Single Responsibility Principle Open Closed Principle Liskov Substitution Principle Interface Segregation Principle Dependency Inversion Principle Why should you care about these principles you ask? These principles help you in changing one area of the software without…

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