Episode 41 | StackOverflow

Joel and Jeff sit down with Robert Martin aka "Uncle Bob", and discuss software quality, the value of software engineering principles, and test-driven development.


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  1. Stackoverflow #41

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  2. Stackoverflow #41

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  3. Stack exchange Podcast #41

    —Huffduffed by alexfarran on January 9th, 2013

  4. Podcast #41 « Robert Martin

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  5. Episode 41 | StackOverflow with Uncle Bob

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  6. Podcast #41 « Blog – Stack Exchange

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