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Menu building pattern

I'm having troubles getting my head around the active-state handling of a menu when the menu isn't used for routing. I come from Drupal where the menu system handles the routing as well. so setting ...
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API Server Client Setup

Suppose you have a setup where there is an API Server and all interaction revolve around the API. There is the admin, public and third party components that interact with the API server. Suppose we ...
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Dynamic programming in Bin packing

Problem: Given a list L of objects of possible sizes from set S={1,2,4,8} and unlimited supply of bins of sizes 16 each and we have to use minimum possible numbers of bins to pack all objects of L. I ...
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Integrate NuGet Package Restore feature into checkout process

There are some situations where I have no internet connection and so I am forced to work offline. Usually it would look like this: I get connected, do a checkout from source control server, and move ...
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Do Rails Join Models Get Controllers?

I have a rails app where my users can buddy up with other users. Since that relationship can have a status (approved/rejected/pending), I decided to go with a join model (UserRelationship) so now I ...
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Diagram to show code responsibility

Does anyone know how to visually diagram the ways in which the flow of control in code passes between code produced by different groups and how that affects the amount of code that needs to be ...
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How can I make a universal construction more efficient?

A "universal construction" is a wrapper class for a sequential object that enables it to be linearized (a strong consistency condition for concurrent objects). For instance, here's an adapted ...
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Is using partial classes for supporting multiple versions of data entities for continuous delivery scenarios a bad idea?

When you want to have continuous delivery any data schemas that you have must support multiple versions of your application at the same time (as you may have multiple version deployed when new ...
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MVVM - Master Detail interaction scenarios - Implementing when MasterVm has partial data, and Detail has to pull whole entity

I primarily work with .Net WPF MVVM applications. I've used several frameworks, MVVM Light, Prism, etc, and I've been able to break the implementation of CRUD MVVM into three scenarios. Scenario 1: ...
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Authorization and Authentication using multiple types of authentication in MVC

Currently I am managing a team where we're building a new SaaS application. The way it is currently structured is that we have a solution that has our business logic and data, and a solution that ...
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Hoes dows the productivity incidence of Lisp and OCaml compare?

I am about to start a new project and I cannot decide if I should pick OCaml or Lisp for the project. My main concern is about the difference of productivity — if any. I program OCaml since 1998 ...
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Facebook authentication with an Authoritative Server for a Flash Game

I'm working on a multiplatform game in Flash. This game utilizes Photon Server for authoritative physics and user statistics tracking. I'm looking to leverage Facebook authentication as an alternative ...
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Help/suggestions for Parallel assembly line scheduling (Dynamic programming)

I am working on a problem similar to the assembly line scheduling by dynamic programming.The issue is that unlike the classic problem where we have predefined stations now I only have information ...
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Is this any form of service pattern, some other pattern, SOA or just an anti-pattern?

I'm going to set out a scenario/pattern I've encountered and then I have a few questions pertaining to it. During an MVC request in a web framework (PHP, Laravel in my case), if I have an abstract ...
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Strategies to find memory leak in AIR app with native extension

Background: I'm working on an Adobe AIR app that has many facets. I'm looking for strategies to find memory leaks. Broadly speaking, the EXE contains an embedded JVM, and an AIR Native Extension for ...
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Understanding velocity update in Binary Particle Swarm Optimization

I am wondering how to interpret the velocity update in a Binary Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO). To recap the velocity update : V(t+1) = V(t) + c1 * r1 * (XlocalBest - X(t)) + c2 * ...
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Automatic Appointment Conflict Resolution

I'm trying to figure out an algorithm for resolving appointment times. I currently have a naive algorithm that pushes down conflicting appointments repeatedly, until there are no more appointments. ...
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180 views

RSpec + Selenium tests for .NET on Windows

I'm a Rails developer doing TDD on a Mac with RSpec, Capybara and Selenium webdriver. Now I have been asked by my company to use this approach for a .NET on Windows environment. What is the best way ...
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112 views

Script language native extensions - avoiding name collisions and cluttering others' namespace

I have developed a small scripting language and I've just started writing the very first native library bindings. This is practically the first time I'm writing a native extension to a script ...
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Implement FBP / Dataflow programming in VBA?

Intrigued by Flow Based Programming a la J Paul Morrison. I wonder if one can implement FBP in Excel/VBA. I searched quite a bit for a Basic-Lang FBP implementation to no avail. I've looked at some ...
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Acceptable dependencies in a service-oriented architecture, internal to a team

In a service-oriented architecture, subsystems can depend on each other in different levels: Database level => Foreign keys to enforce data integrity across services on deletions and updates ...
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Set of specific values implementation vs. using some sort of generic set with advanced checks

I am working on a set implementation in JavaScript currently. This should kind of simulate generics as known from Java or C#. I need a mutable version of that (allows for adding/removing set values) ...
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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 ...
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I want to write a data processing & analysis programming language that compiles to SAS. How to go about choosing a language to write my compiler in?

As a side project I wrote a simple macro in SAS to add syntatic sugar to SAS code. I hate how verbose SAS is sometimes! So my macro looks like this %macro md(code); /* expects a superquoted ...
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Web revisioning and the Accept-Datetime header

I have been in the process of generating documentation for an upcoming project. One of the features of the data available in this project is that it will be revisioned (or at least large parts of it ...
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549 views

Fluent interface implementation and reflection. Case study

I hope I picked the right group for this question... I have this little framework I want to implement and I would like to have an opinion on it. In particular I am more concerned about the ...
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Switching CSS to use asset pipeline in Rails?

I have a lot of legacy CSS files from what was a Rails 2.x app that got upgraded to Rails 3.2.8, and I want to switch over to using the Rails asset pipeline for stylesheets. The issue is, the CSS ...
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When connecting to a server using the DRDA protocol, is it true that the first Client-To-Server command MUST be EXCSAT chained with ACCSEC?

When connecting to a server using the DRDA protocol, is it true that the first Client-To-Server command MUST be EXCSAT chained with ACCSEC? I found 2 different answers when I googled it. If you look ...
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Open Grid Engine or Akka/Something more fault tolerant?

My use case is that I have a pipeline of independent, stand alone programs, that I want to execute in a certain order on specific pieces of data that are output from previous pipeline stages. The ...
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XDIME for Mobile Applications

I'm involved in a project that requires to mobile-enable some previously developed Portlets. The Portlets are deployed in WebSphere Portal, and the container offers a technology called IBM Mobile ...
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Design thoughts on a schema based request object for CXF endpoint

Trying to seek design suggestion on a schema based request object for a CXF endpoint. I've created a CXF SOAP endpoint which takes the following object as an input. The request object will have ...
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49 views

Could Java import C++ classes from a library using JNA or JNI?

In past, I used JNI to access some winapi functions, however winapi is C and therefore just procedural. Now my plan is different and I need to know whether I'm going in the right direction. What I ...
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How do I Balance Multiple Service Contracts with Duplicate Structures

My current task requires me to use a set of web service calls to a 3rd party vendor in order to retrieve and update information. The objects used in these calls - namely the response from a get and ...
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Seperate settings and implementation class hierarchies

We use XML serialization to store class settings. Each setting-class has (but doesn't reference) corresponding implementation-class. Therefore we can easily make a "settings dll" without any ...
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Multiple Oauth2 access tokens

I have an API that uses oAuth2 and my own mobile apps that use this API as their backend. Since users can be logged on via multiple devices (i.e iphone, ipad, android tablet or android phone) at the ...
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Go - idioms/design for determining when an unknown number of goroutines are complete

I have a workflow wherein I walk recursively through a bunch of directories, then for each file perform some action. I'm using goroutines to walk each directory, and also to process each file. The ...
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How do I test with multiple input combinations?

I have a piece of code that I need to test, which is layered in three parts: Web API Controller Persistence/Logic Layer System calls for persistence It's the basic GET/POST/PUT/DELETE call system. ...
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How should I write the “Validation” parts of a FURPS+ document

Alistair Cockburn says in Writing Effective Use Cases, that validation requirements should not go into the use cases. However, even after reading the chapter on Missing Requirements (meaning the ...
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Mapping different XML and CSV feeds

Not sure if this is the right venue to be asking this but here goes. A little background. I'm trying to build an ecommerce app that would allow sellers from other venues--like, amazon and newegg--to ...
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is this a valid javascript design pattern when many instances are required?

I have some code that I'm refactoring, right now its just a list of functions, primarily jQuery. The code is a form builder. The user adds sections, questions etc using jqueryUI drag/drop/sort. They ...
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Conditional CSS based on external modifier class - good practice?

Introduction / background: CSS components For a relatively large website we are working with SASS, and trying to manage CSS in components. The basic idea of components is that a component should look ...
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246 views

Fast fixed-size (256 bit) integer modulo/division

What is the fastest way to divide two 256-bit integers? They are represented as an array of 26-bit words, each stored in 32-bit integers. I have access to a 64-bit type if that's useful. It seems ...
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Update of user interface cycle

I am developing an App for iOS. In an attempt to avoid the pure MVC where everything is packed in the "Controller", I have added a Presenter layer and an Application Layer. In doing so I have come up ...
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Efficient data structure to implement fake file system

I want to implement a data structure that will hold the paths of directories, sort of fake file system. Input:- I have a text configuration file containing the paths as follows ... C:/temp1 ...
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Proper GIT repository usage that accommodates feature branches and parallel testing

After reading around I found that there were various git workflows being used but there aren't enough (or I just haven't found them yet) info on how to use git properly with having test builds. I was ...
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Preserving data in js with multipage application

One benefit of single page applications like Angular.js, is that you can store data in a global variable and access in multiple routes. With multiple page applications, the data is lost during ...
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What common software interfaces would break assuming no function that returns a value can have side-effects

I have been playing with the idea of a programming language (or programming style?) forbidding the use of functions that both have side-effects and return a value. This requirement has many benefits ...
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How do I prevent attackers from duplicating submissions?

I want to create a polling website. A client requests to answer the poll using POST, and the server responds with the candidates. The client then sends a POST with the candidate information and the ...
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Conceptual Question Text Matching Or Normalizing in R

I have millions of records which contain a column which has free text. Each record is a manifest for a shipment so has other attributes too This free text has a single product entered into it ...
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Architecture of an extendable application

I am developing an embedded application on an ARM platform. I want to use ArchLinux as the underlying operating system and then create my own GUI. I want the application to be extendable (have apps if ...

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