Is there a good way to communicate the intent that a class only contains referentially transparent methods?
My workplace mostly uses C# for writing code. I'm trying to figure out a good way to indicate that a class with referentially transparent methods is intended to be referentially transparent (i.e., ...
I was looking through the AvSol Coding Guidelines for C# and I agree with nearly everything but I'm really curious to see what other think of one specific rule. AV1500 Methods should not ...
I have a little problem. I'm writing a resource loading and caching system, in which user can request a resource, and set a callback to be called when resource is loaded (and/or wait for load to ...
Context: I'm an enterprise developer in an all-MS shop. Can anyone recommend a good way of objectively measuring maintainability of a piece of code or an application? Why maintainability: I'm tired ...