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May
21
awarded  Informed
May
21
awarded  Curious
May
20
asked Using AngularJS to develop easy to implement modules for customers, wondering if this is a good way to implement this functionality?
Dec
9
asked Can JUnit be used to test this project?
May
15
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
20
accepted How to properly structure a collection of immutable constants
Sep
13
revised How to properly structure a collection of immutable constants
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Sep
13
comment How to properly structure a collection of immutable constants
@neil I was thinking that it would be the way to go originally, but the only way that I knew how to implement such a structure would be to have it called from an external data source, which would be cumbersome in a standalone desktop app, and I dind't know what would be a good way to do so while having it imbedded within the app itself.
Sep
13
asked How to properly structure a collection of immutable constants
Sep
4
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
31
comment When is Java a good choice for web development?
@ErikReppen You could have the same statement for any language out there. For example in my experience I've found a good chunk of PHP developers produce terrible spaghetti code with no mind to re-usability, scalability, or security. Doesn't mean I'd dissuade folks from using PHP if they need a web app that needs to present data dynamically, ins't terribility complex and needs to be developed quickly and have no issues finding qualified developers.
Dec
18
awarded  Yearling
Aug
23
awarded  Civic Duty
Aug
13
revised Why do programmers use or recommend Mac OS X?
Removing unneeded rethoric
Jun
10
comment Why isn't Java used for modern web application development?
Startups != "undisciplined"
Jun
8
awarded  Constituent
Jun
8
awarded  Caucus
May
23
accepted Is unit testing procedural code effective?
May
22
comment Is unit testing procedural code effective?
@mattnz Ya I searched for procedural unit test, but not legacy. Figured that procedural != legacy since there's still new code being created in that format
May
22
revised Is unit testing procedural code effective?
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