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revised SQL Triggers and when or when not to use them.
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Dec
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answered How to deal with a bug which seems to have fixed itself?
Oct
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comment What should come first: testing or code review?
One thing code review often catches that unit testing will never catch is when the dev misinterpreted the requirements. Also things like unhandled exceptions or decision paths that have no code (if he forgot to write the code for what happens when a approval is not approved, then likely he doesn't have a test either!)
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revised How to really master MySQL?
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revised What would you add in this Software Development Project Checklist?
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answered How is called the reciprocal operation of the join on two tables
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Mar
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revised What to do when client have unrealistic expectations?
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revised When should I stop programming / coding?
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Feb
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revised How do you respond to: “Ever since the update…” questions from clients?
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comment Why is naming a table's Primary Key column “Id” considered bad practice?
Try writing something with 30 joins and you will see why it is an antipattern.
Jan
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comment How to make significant technical decisions given very little time
It takes less than ten minutes to set up the structure in a spreadsheet (the most complicated part is deciding what factors you want to compare priorities on) and then it is easy peasy to fill in.
Jan
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answered How to make significant technical decisions given very little time