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Ben Nadel at InVision In Real Life (IRL) 2018 (Hollywood, CA) with: Shawn Grigson and Jonas Bučinskas and JD Courtoy and Gabriel Zeck and Scott Van Hess and Aaron Lerch
Ben Nadel at InVision In Real Life (IRL) 2018 (Hollywood, CA) with: Shawn Grigson@shawngrig ) , Jonas Bučinskas@bucinskas ) , JD Courtoy@jd_courtoy ) , Gabriel Zeck@GabeZeck ) , Scott Van Hess , and Aaron Lerch@aaronlerch )

Ryan TJ

Member since Dec 11, 2008

Recent Blog Comments By Ryan TJ

  • OOP Philosophy: Invalid State vs. Invalid Method Call

    Posted on Apr 7, 2009 at 11:56 AM

    I am fall on the side of allowing the bean to be filled with data regardless of the validity. Then some thing validates it based on business rules. Either itself, a service layer or sometimes I create a validation object for that data type if there are many forms of validation. To me this also offer... read more »

  • Ask Ben: Finding XML Nodes That Have Children With The Given Case-Insensitive Phrase

    Posted on Feb 11, 2009 at 5:49 PM

    Great post. I've also found that if the xml has a schema listed but is not valid the xml search fails even if the elements exist. If I deleted the schema ref (in the string xml prior to xmlParse) the search worked fine. Sure, you would think I should be using valid xml (against the schema) but the ... read more »

  • Object Oriented Programming And ColdFusion - What's The Point?

    Posted on Oct 29, 2008 at 10:13 AM

    Nice discussion guys. This kind of topic would be a great round table discussion, recorded for podcast oh course. By the way I do lean towards the OO side. Even at times when I seem to be creating more code than I would normally, in the end it comes together better and I do think it makes a more m... read more »