!title Craftsman Column I have had many requests to continue the ''Craftsman'' column in some venue or another. Look to the Object Mentor website for news of future installments of the story of Alphonse, Avery, Jerry, and Jasmine. In the mean time, you can find all the Craftsman articles that were ever published [[here][http://www.objectmentor.com/resources/publishedArticles.html]]. The "back story" began in installment 25. Indeed, much of this back story was not published due to space limitations in that issue of SD. So if you want the whole original story read installment 25 and 26. !commentForm -r #----- Blog Comment Marker (Please don't delete me) -----# !* Thu, 26 Oct 2006 17:06:40, Ted, Main link broken The main link in the story is broken... ''...fixed -UB'' *! !* Mon, 9 Oct 2006 13:37:59, James, Great. This articles are great, thanks for the idea! *! !* Mon, 9 Oct 2006 13:34:13, , *! !* Sun, 8 Oct 2006 01:56:59, t800t8, Links problem Uncle Bob, Very nice when I can have all Craftsman's issues. Thank you. But please fix some links (although I can get all of them ;-) Wrong link: 16, 32 Dead link: 22 Missing issue: 24 *! !* Sat, 7 Oct 2006 00:06:14, Olek Poplavsky, Re: Broken Links Also, that new page with published articles does not show it's content under Safari browser on Mac OS X. Had to resort to using Firefox to get there. Excellent articles, BTW. *! !* Wed, 4 Oct 2006 17:22:20, Aaron, Thank You! As one of those that asked, Thank you. *! !* Tue, 3 Oct 2006 18:13:44, Johan Husman, Thank you! I remember I used to visit the objectmentor site quite often just to see if you had updated the article section with new Craftsman articles. In retrospect they are probably what drove me to this blog site and what prompted me to buy the PPP book. I've felt ever since reading GEB that dialogue is an excellent form for describing complex topics, and your articles combine dialogue in speech with dialogue in code! Simply brilliant. *! !* Mon, 2 Oct 2006 10:32:33, Laurent Decorps, Plain fun Uncle Bob, this series of yours is simply incredible. For some reasons, I did not looked at the last 8 articles. I just finished reading one, and I feel better already :) Thanks you for this! *! !* Sat, 30 Sep 2006 11:18:27, Luis Sergio Oliveira, Thanks :-) This is great, I remember that I used to eagerly look for it when I received the SD e-mail. *!
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