Brian Goetz (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Principal Consultant, Quiotix Corp
February 5, 2002
Welcome to Java theory and practice, a monthly column by veteran Java developer Brian Goetz. This column aims to explore that elusive juncture where design principles meet the requirements to solve real-world problems. Each month, we'll explore design patterns, principles of reliable software design, and why "best practices" are best, with an eye to how they are applied to real problems.
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|About the author|
Brian Goetz is a software consultant and has been a professional software developer for the past 15 years. He is a Principal Consultant at Quiotix, a software development and consulting firm located in Los Altos, CA. See Brian's published
and upcoming articles in popular industry publications. You can contact Brian at email@example.com.