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Do you share Google Reader?

Do you share your Google Reader items? I have been doing so for quite some time, but, alas, none of my friends have been doing so. Do you share your Google Reader items. My Google Reader page is available here and feed here.

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Introduction to AOP has started a new series aiming to introduce AOP - Aspects Oriented Programming. Check out the first article in the series.

Aspect Oriented Programming (AOP) is a programming paradigm that aims to promote desirable software characteristics that have been difficult to implement in the current OOP (Object Oriented Programming) technologies. Desirable software characteristics include the DRY principle (Don’t Repeat Yourself), 1:1 modularity, information hiding, and separation of cross-cutting concerns. Examples of cross-cutting concerns are logging, security, transactions, remoting, caching, lazy instantiation, and even business logic.

Core AOP (Part I): Introduction to AOP