Many questions have been asked about the nature of elegant code and design, but the underlying assumption seems to be that elegance is a good thing. Therefore it is acceptable or even desirable to ...
Should one create underlying architecture to increase flexibility - in advance or when needed? [closed]
In this question I asked: Is the cost of designing more levels of abstraction to allow loose coupling worth the benefits, or not? People said that it's often worth the cost, but one should sense ...
I appreciate that this question may be controversial. In a sense, it is the flip-side of the question "Business trying to make technical decisions". In Scrum, the development team is supposed to be ...
I'm developing a small system for internal automation. I use asp.net webforms and faced with a choice: develop a system architecture in an object-oriented style (development becomes more difficult ...
I'm writing an open source library which handles hexagonal grids. It mainly revolves around the HexagonalGrid and the Hexagon class. There is a HexagonalGridBuilder class which builds the grid which ...
I have written a rather small App with only one activity. From my understanding an activity has to be seen as kind of a view and controller in one class. But even for a little app, with 3 dialogs ...
Recently I asked a question about whether or not I should refactor my code. the responses I received were most definitely in the camp of going through with the refactoring due to the presence of a God ...
I work on several areas related to information visualization, linked data, computer vision and other stuff, so mainly front-end. I am not really happy with the fact that visualizations take lots of ...
A lot of the code I've been working on recently, both professionally (read: at work) and in other spheres (read: at home, for friends/family/etc, or NOT FOR WORK), has been worked on, redesigned and ...