Programming Practices are the commonly or not so commonly used practices in development of software. These can include things like Agile Development, Kanban, Coding shortcuts, etc.

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Does the type safety of a programming language implements it binding mechanism or vice versa?

I am really confused about the concept of Strongly typed programming language (AKA type safety enforcement).Based on multiple definition from Wikipedia source I can conclude from how I understood it ...
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Auto Transaction Failsafe's, Third Party API's, Coldfusion Schedule Files

I have an automated invoicing web app and I'm trying to build in some failsafes and a structure that will, under no circumstance, allow an invoice to be double charged. All things working perfectly, ...
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Should one always start a boolean with “is” or “has”? Or write it as it makes more sense grammatically?

Examples: isKeyValid -> keyIsValid hasPostThumbnail -> postHasThumbnail The first case is easier to remember (convention). The second is easier/more natural to read. Which should I use?
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Preparing multiple serial ports with multiple TCP in my project that I can enable or disable if I want

I have intermediate level of understanding on how TCP and serial works, I've also been able to develop system that uses 1 TCP client and 1 Serial 2 Serials 1 TCP Server 1 TCP client My problem is ...
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Better way to organize query methods in Android?

In my Android app I have a SQLiteHelper class that extends SQLIteOpenHelper, and takes care of things like table-creation and upgrades. SQLiteDatasource class that performs CRUD operations on the ...
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How do I manage a large state graph when building a scaleable finite state machine?

Lately I've been working on a project that involves parsing a toy domain-specific-language. While building it out, I realized that an efficient way to handle parsing tokens would be to represent the ...
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Creating Set Subclasses or Allowing Outside Configuration

I have a TriggerCaller and a TriggerAction class. The Caller "calls" the do() method on the action, which is set with the TriggerCallers setAction() method. The rest of the program should deal with ...
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how to implement cross-platform / cross-technology system in common practice

Reading and observing some of the startups and well-known services, almost every time I found that people there are using cross-technology system in their architecture. For example like Twitter, used ...
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Should I use includes or functions/methods for design elements

I have a website that was originally created as a one page application that is now morphing into a full (multi-page) site. I am trying to refactor the various design elements for reuse on the other ...
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Should my application call statsd directly or should I call statsd based off logs?

I'm planning on incrementing counters in statsd based of various events within my application. I have logging in place for these events. So, from my viewpoint I have two options: Update the ...
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Test-first iterative development in Common Lisp environment

Given: I want to practice proper test-first, continuous delivery-style software development in Common Lisp environment. Problem: How each red-green-refactor iteration of the process should look like?...
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Preferred method for handling Failed CRUD operations in Entity Framework (6)?

I am using EF 6 as my ORM. I am trying to decide how to handle CRUD failures. Option 1: Use exceptions (custom or built-in) to inform the web layer that an item didn't correctly save. Handle the ...
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How much segregation is too much in this design?

We are working on ASP.NET webforms application developed using WCSF (MVP pattern). In the application, there is a search screen that allows the user to enter some fields and display the results. We ...
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Sending large amount of messages async

The scenario is this: I have web based service that does regular request processing and it's doing persistence into db etc.. Fast response to the client is crucial. So now the average request is about ...
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Using AngularJS to develop easy to implement modules for customers, wondering if this is a good way to implement this functionality?

Where I'm working, we currently have quite a few clients, both using Wordpress and custom site solutions that require our data to be sent via JSON to their site where they can then display it without ...
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Single page application automatically download dependent HTML

I'm currently developing an application using ASP.NET MVC5 and Knockout. For now, the typical architecture is this: FooController.cs: public ActionResult GetFoos(){ //... var model = // ...
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Manual repetitive conversion between file types

Let's say i have an interest in file conversions, but everything should be made by hand and i have multiple output formats (say: csv and excel). Once i get contacted by a client, i have to link ...
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how to combine logs coming from multiple virtual machines for processing?

Scenario: Two virtual machines produce logs. I want these logs to be sent to a central server for processing (as soon as a line of these logs is generated-->streaming ). The condition here is that I ...
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What's a good approach for updating millions of rows independently?

I have a MongoDB database with millions of users in collection. An aggregation function returns millions of results with the following format: Array ( [_id] => Array ( [user] => MongoId ...
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Nested Callbacks: Best Practices for giving access?

A bit of background first: I'm creating a set of Bluetooth Low Energy services (BLEDiscoverer, BLEConnector, BLECommunicator) I'm trying to follow the SOLID principle so I'm putting each class in ...
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Debugger directions

I am running an old DOS executable file that runs a set of instructions to test an electronic component via com1 (RS-232) on a pc. The 16bit software has 8 main routines and some subroutines within to ...
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Designing a plugin-based platform - control vs. functionality

TL;DR I want to build a host application/framework for plugins. On the one hand I want to enable plugins to do anything and on the other hand I want to have control over them. Background I'd like ...
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How can incorrectly scoped variables cause issues between users/requests in web apps

I've had some errors that have arisen in a recent web app I've built that have been fixed by being more diligent in locally scoping variables. The issues happened "sometimes" as in very rarely. This ...
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If I set a default value in my table do I need to indicate it when calling the insert function in my system?

For example, I have this (see below) table. The default value for status field is disconnected. Then in my code I have a function like this MySQL_Query = "INSERT INTO `teller_info` " _ &...
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Java MVC: multiple use of the same event for different actions

I am working on a large Java project which employs the model-view-controller pattern. Should I use a different event for each action (to let the views communicate with their respective controllers)? ...