South Florida Test Automation Meetup.
Xamarin.Forms: ListView with Images Kata
I record a Kata as I write a Xamarin.Forms app from scratch:
Building a Trading App (Xamarin.Forms & F#)
Intro This is my fourth post on my journey of building a trading app using F# and Xamarin.Forms. In my last post, I brain-dumped XAML and F# for selling shares of stock. In this post, I will brain-dump the syntax for buying shares of stock for both the UI and viewmodels. Solution Explorer I modeled …
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Building a Trading App (F# & Xamarin.Forms)
Intro In the previous post, I discussed my continued journey of learning by building a Xamarin.Forms app using F#. In that post, I discussed the overall architecture: The architecture above is my attempt at practicing Robert C. Martin's Clean Architecture. Specifically I make the features of the app the focus of the architecture and I …
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Building a Trading App using Xamarin.Forms
Intro I decided to work on my Portfolio targeting the mobile space. In doing so, I plan on leveraging F# and Xamarin.Forms. Methodology I'm an advocate of Clean Architecture. As a result, I like to take time to configure my solution explorer. When I'm configuring my solution explorer, I want it to reflect application's intent. My …
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Xamarin.Forms: The DataTrigger
In this video, I discuss the DataTrigger within Xamarin.Forms.
F#: Modeling a Deck of Cards Kata
I really do enjoy writing F# code. In fact, I enjoy it more than C# or XAML. I feel as if I'm spending my mornings doing Soduku. This post will go over my thought process as I attempted to construct a deck of cards. My first attempt was the following: The following output was generated: …
Talking to Shawn about the Flaws of OOP
In this video, I discuss the flaws of OOP:
Talking to Bryan about the Functional Alternative to the Observer Pattern
In this video, I discuss a functional design pattern I learned in F#:
Talking to Eric Smith about Software Craftsmanship
I talk to Eric Smith about Software Craftsmanship, reality, and getting your first job: