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, 9 Oct 2012 CPOL
Five ways to structure an API to ensure that people use it correctly.

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Michael L Perry
Architect Improving Enterprises
United States United States
Code is math. Michael writes about techniques for using mathematics to prove the correctness of code at http://qedcode.com. He also maintains two open-source projects that let you write verifiable user interface code (Update Controls) and collaborative applications (Correspondence).

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