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How does OOP make the creation of abstraction layers easy? [closed]

I'm a Java programmer and I would say OOP comes rather naturally to me. I'm not here to learn what OOP is. However, I have very little experience in non-OO imperative programming. So I can't really ...
0
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2answers
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Testing C# Eventhandler Subscription

I want my unit tests to be able to verify that some events were subscribed or unsubscribed at specific points. Currently, I see two options. VerifiableEventHandler Each client subscribes using the ...
0
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1answer
121 views

Is NoSQL a better choice when working with OOP? [closed]

This might be a silly question, but I've reading a little bit about NoSQL databases on the past few days and I'm trying to understand when really they help us. One thing I've realized though is that ...
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0answers
95 views

Implementing a strategy pattern with dependency injection

Okay, so the goal here is to implement a strategy pattern that can be tested using any sort of automated testing tool. I've been struggling with this problem conceptually for a few weeks now and I ...
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40 views

Questions that may already have your answer [closed]

In an interview, I was asked to Please provide details below as to why you believe this application is considered to be an exceptional case?
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1answer
65 views

Designing tables for recording rounds in a game

I'm working on website for the game of bridge and I am process to designing the table to store the bidding. Shortly about the bidding. 4 people at a table will bid clockwise until 3 players has ...
0
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1answer
58 views

Can I use MIT code within a MS-PL project?

I would like to modify and use code of a MIT project within a MS-PL project. Am I allowed to do that? I've already searched for it with Google and Bing, but I could not find anything like "Yes (No) ...
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1answer
90 views

c++ : Fast searching in 2d array [closed]

I have a 2D array which I use in my code in the following way: Searching for a particular entry takes lot of time whereas I want to reduce the time for searching elements. Can anyone please suggest ...
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0answers
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Stack Exchange Career ,new resume upload not working [migrated]

Just observed.. New resume uploading in http://careers.stackoverflow.com is not working,, when we click on "add new resume" before submitting job application to employer ,yes it shows the file name of ...
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1answer
106 views

Is there a purely technical term for 'monkey patching' [closed]

EDIT The original title of the question was Is there a non-derogatory term for 'monkey patching'. As I have learned that the term is actually not derogatory, or is at least not meant to be, I changed ...
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1answer
88 views

What is the right way to parse HTML? [closed]

I've heard, that parsing HTML using the Cthulhu way is not very good. But what are the right ways to parse HTML? Or is it possible to parse it at all?
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Matlab code convert into Python [migrated]

I have been coding in Matlab for many years, and was recently suggested Python by many people as a future. Being interested I started learning it. I do not want to compare these two and currently am ...
1
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1answer
83 views

Best practice for projects architecture - server side [closed]

The usual way (that I'm familiar with) to divide the server side is the n-layer architecture : DAL - data access layer, usually has the Entities and the context (and maybe include also a repository) ...
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2answers
106 views

Design Hash table with simple hash function

I want to learn to Design Hash table with simple hash function for better understanding. I understand that the hash table will work as long as the hash function maps each key to a non-negative integer ...
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0answers
41 views

How can I start a career in developing software for High end DSLRs? [closed]

I've been interested in this for quite a long time now, but just recently it occurred to me that i want to do this as a career, but i Haven't got a clue as to how or where to start from, I'm about to ...
1
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1answer
103 views

DDD - Business rule that depends on a service

I got confused about if a domain is required to access an external service in some state of it's life cycle. The business rule is this : If an Employee is accepting a JobSeeker's JobApplication, ...
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2answers
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Is it common for the founder of a web app to lack technical expertise to scale it?

When I look at things like Twitter, it seems like the idea is so simple to implement initially that the founder does not have to be very technically talented. Basically it's just a guy with a good ...
0
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0answers
52 views

2D Game Data Structure in OpenGL ES 2.0

I'm trying to come up with some data structures for rendering my map on OpenGL. It is going to be ~ 100x100 blocks(squares) total, with each block being around 100 pixels. However, the screen will ...
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votes
1answer
35 views

Visual Basic, Help, registration in a new sheet [closed]

Private Sub cmdAccept_Click() ..... Sheets("registration").Select Range("a2").Select Selection.End(xlDown).Select ActiveCell.Offset(1, 0) = txtFolio.Value .... it´s says: Error Application-defined ...
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55 views

IP after Splitting team up after Startup Weekend [closed]

I attended startup weekend at a nearby city to where I live, and after two grueling days, I managed to have my idea finish within the top 3. During those two days of constantly working, I began to ...
0
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0answers
74 views

Use a global variable, a singleton, or something else

Preface: I am working in PHP (Abandon hope all ye who enter here). Background: There exists a large set of global functions in PHP, a number of which are miscellaneous system calls, like sleep (and ...
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3answers
460 views

What is the process of determining which method in a class hierarchy should execute known as?

I thought I understood inheritance and polymorphism, but I was given this question, and I can't, for the life of me, figure out what the proper answer is or what they're trying to get at: The ...
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1answer
73 views

How should I generate source code from an XML spec? [closed]

I need to generate some C or C++ code from an XML document. It's slightly too complicated for XSLT - there needs to be a little arithmetic - but otherwise I'm just generating a repeating block with ...
0
votes
1answer
57 views

Developing a platform or mass-scale application - where does it all start? [closed]

I notice that a ton of platforms are developed nowadays. I have always wondered where it all begins - What choices has to be made, reasons why certain platforms are chosen, why certain places choose ...
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1answer
221 views

Do programmers have a mother tongue/first [programming] language? [closed]

When talking about real [spoken/written] languages everyone has a first language the one that was learnt first and well. They studied this language every well, know the grammar very well can express ...
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Has development of Titan Graph stopped? [closed]

I has tried some graph databases and I liked the Titan very much. However I have not seen new versions a long time ago. Is it has a real future?
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0answers
74 views

Patterns for Implementing Resource Expansion in ASP.NET Web API [closed]

I'd like to implement RESTful services that support Resource Expansion, so that services are self contained but if clients want to limit the number of service calls that they make, they can do so via ...
1
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1answer
50 views

Implementing Rules-type logic without a rules engine (like Drools)?

I have a system that must output decisions and alerts based on input read from a messaging queue. This system will hold state about all objects in memory and update this state based on input from the ...
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36 views

Help for that UDP [closed]

Write two Java classes, which we call Client and Server, according to the specification below. The two programmes use the UDP protocol. Roughly speaking, the client reads an integer number n from the ...
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votes
0answers
59 views

Entity Framework vs. Web Services [closed]

I was curious as to what the benefits of using the Entity Framework to communicate with a database directly would be versus using web services to access data. Some background: I currently work in a ...
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0answers
36 views

Creating a DFD for the first time [closed]

I have been asked to make a dataflow diagram of a website I recently finished. I have researched it and honestly have came away with a vague understanding of what it should look like. I am going to ...
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0answers
33 views

Script that detects broswer is offline and has a script refreshs until back online [closed]

Is there a such thing as a: Script that detects the broswer is offline and refreshs the page until it's back online?
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0answers
48 views

Storing all tiles on a map [closed]

A brief overview of how my game will work: I'm making a game that will be using Node. The game will be made of tiles. Say the map has a total of 250,000 tiles. Each tile requires information to be ...
0
votes
0answers
38 views

Converting printable documents to TIFF in .NET [closed]

I have been handed a requirement to convert a series of files into TIFF format as they come into my application. The requirement states that these files may originally be in any printable format ...
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2answers
183 views

Why do programmers say “from scratch”? [closed]

Why do they say that? When someone says "I am programming this from scratch" the person programs something from nothing to begin with. But I've never heard someone else say "I am painting this wall ...
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0answers
142 views

Does a 15-puzzle always have a solution [migrated]

For those that are not familiar with (this type of) sliding puzzles, basically you have a number of tiles on a board equal to (n * m) - 1 (possibly more holes if you want). The goal is to re-arrange ...
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2answers
55 views

Parameterless & Empty-Paren methods in Scala

I'm learning Scala at the moment via Odersky's Programming Scala (2nd). I'm upto chapter 10 where he starts introducing parameterless and empty-paren methods. I just can't get my head around it. So ...
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0answers
66 views

Define relation parent \child [on hold]

I have the following table ParentId id operator 12 13 * 12 14 * 12 15 * 12 1 - 12 ...
0
votes
1answer
67 views

New User Registration Logic [closed]

I am writing up a user registration application in PHP as part of my learning process. I have written up the general rules my code should follow. Please let me know what you guys think of it. Have ...
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votes
0answers
93 views

Switch career from Java to big data - confused :/ [closed]

I need some information to take a decision which matters a lot to me. I know this is a bit lengthy and I request you to read through it. Currently I am working as an application developer with the ...
0
votes
0answers
19 views

Suggestion to Design API Centric Application using Appengine

I have been planning to create an new application. So I was designing the application structure.i know this application will be accessed form multiple devices and the app feature will be increased. ...
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votes
0answers
40 views

Data streaming C++ library? [closed]

I'm looking for a C++ library that implements a C#'s Stream-like interfaces over several common data tasks. So I need data compression, encryption, base64 conversion, file I/O to be implemented as ...
0
votes
1answer
56 views

Looking for a certain datatype if it exists

I'm looking for the kind of a certain datatypes. The main idea of this datatype is to describe a productionline containing several steps. Each step should be represented as a "vertex" containing an ...
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votes
0answers
11 views

Automated Testing Tools in Java for desktop application [closed]

I want to write automated tests on Java for functional testing of windows GUI application written in Delphi7. I did automation testing of web applications (Java + Selenium WebDriver) but never deals ...
2
votes
2answers
160 views

Testing abstract class' behavior

I'm currently refactoring an existing design, which was created without TDD. There is a class hierarchy with one abstract base class and two subclasses. In the original design, these classes were ...
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votes
0answers
15 views

jsp page is not displaying in browser after successfull deployment of application in Google app Engine [closed]

index.html <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"> <!-- The HTML 4.01 Transitional DOCTYPE declaration--> <!-- above set at the top of the file will set ...
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votes
1answer
134 views

Should I use any Java framework to create a REST API server passing JSONs back and forth? [closed]

I'm new to Java Servlets and I want to build an application using Tomcat which will basically be a RESTful data management application with no HTML part. So, it will accept GET/POST requests, do some ...
0
votes
1answer
116 views

How to organize HTML and CSS code that will be used by a back-end dev? [on hold]

We have a freelance front-end developer that creates the html, css and images. We don't want him to install the database & server code on his computer to avoid problems. The produced code is used ...
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votes
0answers
34 views

Difference between passing arguments by copy/value, reference and assignment [closed]

What's the difference between those 3 types of arguments passing: 1) by copy/value 2) by reference 3) by assignment Exactly I don't understand the difference between the last two. Reference creates a ...
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votes
0answers
25 views

Developing Web Application using Java - Standards [closed]

Are there any documented standards for developing the Web Applications using java. I want to know how I can go about putting down my idea in a document and translate it into a successfully working ...

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