Article: “Why getter and setter methods are evil”

Instead of using ‘getters and setters’, Allen Holub wrote in 2003 you should use methods to send messages. ‘Getters’ and ‘setters’ make maintaining code, as well as testing code, more difficult. Don’t ‘get’ information from objects wherever possible; instead, if the object has the information, ask it to do the work with a function call. […]

What Makes a Great Teacher?

I’d like to share an article by Michael Hyatt with you. It’s all about ‘coaching’, or ‘teaching’. “There’s more to coaching than sharing your expertise. The way you communicate that expertise is as important as the knowledge itself.” – ‘A Tale of Two Coaches‘, Michael Hyatt It’s an excellent article. It got me to thinking: […]