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This page lists pages which redirect to other redirect pages. Each row contains links to the first and second redirect, as well as the target of the second redirect, which is usually "real" target page, which the first redirect should point to.

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  1. Chapter 2 (Edit) →‎ AOC Chapter 2 →‎ Introduction
  2. Chapter 3 (Edit) →‎ AOC Chapter 3 →‎ Community Participation
  3. Choose your tools wisely (Edit) →‎ Choose Your Tools Wisely →‎ Choose Your Tools with Care
  4. Use tools frameworks and libraries. Wisely (Edit) →‎ Choose your tools wisely →‎ Choose Your Tools Wisely
  5. Code Smell, Collection of Collections (Edit) →‎ Collection of Collections is a Code Smell →‎ Collection of Collections Is a Code Smell
  6. AOC Chapter 3 (Edit) →‎ Community Participation →‎ Managing Communities
  7. Ruthless Refactoring (Edit) →‎ Continous Refactoring →‎ Continuous Refactoring
  8. Don't just learn the language, understand it's culture (Edit) →‎ Don't just learn the language, understand its culture →‎ Don't Just Learn the Language, Understand its Culture
  9. Never ever break the encapsulation (Edit) →‎ Encapsulate behavior, not just state →‎ Encapsulate Behavior, not Just State
  10. AOC Chapter 2 (Edit) →‎ Introduction →‎ AOC Introduction
  11. Don't invite the devil into your house (Edit) →‎ Keep the build clean →‎ Keep the Build Clean
  12. Kristen's wisdom - to be changed (Edit) →‎ Kristen's wisdom - Design intention reviling interfaces →‎ Interfaces Should Reveal Intention
  13. Community Participation (Edit) →‎ Managing Communities →‎ AOC Managing Communities
  14. Prefer strong typing over String (Edit) →‎ Prefer definite types over String →‎ Prefer definite types to primitive types
  15. Prefer definite types over String (Edit) →‎ Prefer definite types to primitive types →‎ Prefer Domain-Specific Types to Primitive Types
  16. Professionalism and Test Driven Development (Edit) →‎ Professionalism and Test-Driven Development →‎ The Three Laws of Test-Driven Development
  17. Programmers who test spend more time programming (Edit) →‎ Programmers who write tests get more time to program →‎ Programmers Who Write Tests Get More Time to Program
  18. On aggregates (Edit) →‎ Reduce coupling through aggregates →‎ Use the aggregate design pattern to reduce coupling
  19. Method Scopes (Edit) →‎ Scoping Method →‎ Scoping Methods
  20. Testing with Record / Replay (Edit) →‎ Testing with Record/Replay →‎ Decouple that UI
  21. Inter-process communication drives response time (Edit) →‎ The number of inter-process communications affects response time →‎ Inter-Process Communication Affects Application Response Time
  22. If you can define it, you can measure it (Edit) →‎ The road to performance is littered with dirty code bombs →‎ The Road to Performance Is Littered with Dirty Code Bombs
  23. Reduce coupling through aggregates (Edit) →‎ Use the aggregate design pattern to reduce coupling →‎ Use the Aggregate Design Pattern to Reduce Coupling
  24. Talk:Code Smell, Collection of Collections (Edit) →‎ Talk:Collection of Collections is a Code Smell →‎ Talk:Collection of Collections Is a Code Smell
  25. Talk:AOC Chapter 3 (Edit) →‎ Talk:Community Participation →‎ Talk:Managing Communities
  26. Talk:Community Participation (Edit) →‎ Talk:Managing Communities →‎ Talk:AOC Managing Communities
  27. Talk:Reduce coupling through aggregates (Edit) →‎ Talk:Use the aggregate design pattern to reduce coupling →‎ Talk:Use the Aggregate Design Pattern to Reduce Coupling

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