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Why do teams still insist on a code-styling policy? [closed]

Many teams (such as Google have rules how code should look, including how indentation should be done, how many spaces, in which order should includes be included, etc. Some of those thing can't be ...
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How to avoid dragging arguments from function to function

When I do my code layout, I like to start with a rather high level view, and then start to delegate actual computation to class or functions that have a bit more detail. Then in these classes of ...
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How can I best organise a Jekyll + Bootstrap + Git site?

So after many many many years of building sites from scratch (and doing a lot of the lifting myself) I've dipped my toes into two projects that have been around for a few years that I've been avoiding:...
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n-layers architecture design, really worth the effort?

I was building an application in .Net for almost a year (almost alone), I took the decision to build it with a 3-layer design. Recently when finished the project, I analyzed if the effort of creating ...
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source code file system layout for 2 very similar projects (with git)

we're working on "two" android apps that are very similar; in fact, they're the same apps with different graphics and color schemes, slightly different configuration and one or two unique activities ...
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Business layer access to the data layer

I have a Business layer (BL) and a Data layer (DL). I have an object o with a child objects collection of Type C. I would like to provide a semantics like the following o.Children.Add("info"). In ...
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Vertical alignment: yea or nay? [closed]

For instance, non-vertically aligned: Name: Hamt Version: 0.1.0 Cabal-Version: >= 1.2 License: BSD3 Author: Jason Baker Or vertically aligned: Name: Hamt Version: 0.1.0 ...