WIRED FOR WORK

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What is the Wired for Work?

Wired for Work
We all have gifts and talents. God is a creative God, and, being made in his image, he intended for us to share that trait.

Speaking about the gifts every human possess, Brown says,

“Squandering our gifts brings distress to our lives…. It’s not merely benign or “too bad” if we don’t use the gifts that we’ve been given; we pay for it with our emotional and physical well-being. When we don’t use our talents to cultivate meaningful work, we struggle. We feel disconnected and weighed down by feelings of emptiness, frustration, resentment, shame, disappointment, fear, and even guilt.”

The pain we feel is evidence of our need to be restored fully to communion with God.

What is Workflows of Refactoring?

Refactoring has grown into a well-known technique, and most software development teams at least claim to be doing refactoring regularly. Many teams, however, don’t appreciate the different workflows that refactoring can be used in, and thus miss opportunities to effectively incorporate refactoring into their development activities. In this deck I explore various different workflows. I hope it will encourage teams to integrate refactoring more deeply into their work, resulting in a better designed code-bases that will make it quicker and easier to add new features.

What is the Basics of Web Application Security?

Modern web development has many challenges, and of those security is both very important and often under-emphasized. While such techniques as threat analysis are increasingly recognized as essential to any serious development, there are also some basic practices which every developer can and should be doing as a matter of course.

What is CodeSmell?

A code smell is a surface indication that usually corresponds to a deeper problem in the system. The term was first coined by Kent Beck while helping me with my Refactoring book.

What is ComposedRegex?

One of the most powerful tools in writing maintainable code is break large methods into well-named smaller methods – a technique Kent Beck refers to as the Composed Method pattern.

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