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Posted 27 May 2012

Why I use explicit interface implementation as a default implementation technique

, 28 May 2012 CPOL
EIMIs turn to be very useful in refactoring. I will try to prove it here. If you are working with large code bases, as I often do, this article is worth reading.
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Mamasha Knows
Chief Technology Officer Cpp2Mtl Integration Solutions
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My real name is Reuven Bass. My first article here was published under the Mamasha Knows pseudonym. It worked. So, I stay with Mamasha for a while. (If it works - do not touch it)

Programming became my life from thirteen. I love coding. I love beauty. I always try to combine coding and beauty.

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