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By jordiales
Published: Dec 25 2012 / 16:02

This post will describe a really powerful but yet often overlooked concept: immutability. It will show what an immutable class is, when and why you should consider using it, its advantages and disadvantages and the 5 different design steps you need to consider in order to get a truly immutable class.
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