Design for change coupling and cohesion

  • 11 August 2015
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Coupling and cohesion are two often misunderstood terms in software engineering. These are terms that are used to indicate the qualitative analysis of the modularity in a system, and they help us to identify and measure the design complexity of object oriented systems.

However, a good knowledge of both is necessary to build systems that are scalable, manageable and can be extended over time. In this post, I'll discuss both of these; I'll present code examples in my future posts on this topic.