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Yield! Reconsidering APIs with Collections

, 26 Dec 2013 CPOL
In this article, I’d like to go over a couple of different approaches for an API and then explain why the yield keyword might be something you consider next time around.

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Nick Cosentino
Team Leader Magnet Forensics
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I graduated from the University of Waterloo for Computer Engineering and I'm fortunate enough to work as a Team Lead of Software Engineering at Magnet Forensics. As a team lead, I'm often looking to encourage better coding standards, creative approaches to problem solving, and ensure that good clean code makes it into the code base. I want my team to produce top-notch code, but I want to make sure that we're all learning to become better developers along the way.
 
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