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As I was reading about coupling and cohesion, I also came across the Principle of Least Knowledge, which just so happened to be on our list of topics in the syllabus. The Principle of Least Knowledge (or Law of Demeter) was first discussed in 1987 at Northeastern University. It states that an object should neverContinue reading “The Principle of Least Knowledge”
This week I wanted to learn more about coupling. The article I found happened to be about both coupling and cohesion. Coupling and cohesion are both terms that refer to the modularity in a system. They help measure how complex the design of an object-oriented system is. Good knowledge of both is needed to buildContinue reading “Coupling and Cohesion”
This week I wanted to look more into MongoDB. I found an introduction video titled “MongoDB in 5 Minutes with Eliot Horowitz” from MongoDB’s YouTube channel to do so. I wanted to learn more about MongoDB because we have been using it a lot in class, but I do not yet have a clear ideaContinue reading “MongoDB in Five Minutes”
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