Early in year 2000 Robert C. Martin, aka "Uncle Bob", introduced his thoughts in an article about some of five basic principles on object oriented programming to the open world. What he probably did not expect was, that this 5 principles became the standard for object oriented programming.
This Talk is about those principles: Single responsibility, Open/close, Liskov substitution, Interface segregation, and Dependency inversion, or shorter S.O.L.I.D. principles. It will give you an introduction about these principles, their meaning, and where they should be recognized and applied. Examples from my daily work will show you the practical aspects of those principles.
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