There is a large body of literature regarding using network metrics (e.g. degree) for predicting defects. Something I'm running into is that a lot of my code is event-driven, so I have a large number ...
For a project, I have to classify a list of banking transactions based on their description. Supose I have 2 categories: health and entertainment. Initially, the transactions will have basic ...
Last week I was wondering, with compilers getting better and better at optimizing, will there be a point when there is no need for hand written assembly? Are there still specialized fields where the ...
Golang seems promising. I've been following this lang since its first release. It might take time to be a very good competitor to other programming languages. One brilliant aspect of Java and .NET I ...
There are three scenarios where I am asked to predict how long it will take: I know I can solve the problem without further consultation of anything (that is, there is no unknown in the ...
One of my colleagues has suggested timing how much time each team member spends on each user story. This seems to me likely confusing for the dev team during the iteration, and misleading as a metric ...
With the rise of smartphones, Java ME is out of fashion for application developers. This is not surprising given the higher quality programming languages and APIs being offered. Yet it still remains ...
Question edited to meet new guidelines I consider Netscape or IE5.5 to be irrelevant for the following reasons: Market share is negligible Mindshare is minimal - few developers still talk about the ...