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Apr
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comment Should “tags” be an nvarchar field in a table, or should it be another table altogether?
Data compression is only available in Enterprise edition it seems: technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc645993.aspx
Oct
7
comment What are the best practices and pitfalls of doing a JS app powered purely by RESTful API?
This article seems like a good start: vinaysahni.com/best-practices-for-a-pragmatic-restful-api
Oct
7
comment What are the best practices and pitfalls of doing a JS app powered purely by RESTful API?
@Dan1701 I agree, it's a complex topic. I'm just starting so any pointer would be appreciated. Thank you.
Oct
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asked What are the best practices and pitfalls of doing a JS app powered purely by RESTful API?
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Sep
9
comment How to tackle complex business rule and logic?
Thanks again for your valuable answer... Truth tables? That sounds old school, how much would it help and what is it effective against?
Sep
9
comment How to tackle complex business rule and logic?
another great advice, thank you. So in your opinion once I have it recorded, what would be your next step other then coming up with a bunch of use case/user-story? Wiki? Test case? more analysis on system architecture?
Sep
9
comment How to tackle complex business rule and logic?
Good advice! The art in this would be.. the scope of the use-cases / user-stories. However, the down side seems like the architecture might be lost in the details, they're all in the code / test supplement by the wiki. Also, some process that needed to be manually handled might result in test cases that are always red (automation not implemented)..?
Sep
9
comment How to tackle complex business rule and logic?
Any technique I can learn to document "big complex jobs"?
Sep
9
comment How to tackle complex business rule and logic?
I can tell him to slow down, but I wonder if there are any better tool/diagram I can use to capture the details clearly and easy to produce and clarify. Tried BPMN but it's slow and doesn't capture much details
Sep
9
comment How to tackle complex business rule and logic?
That's one valid way of approaching (top-down..), but without the whole business logic/rules/process captured, I think it is not going to be very productive coding/designing something too primitive.
Sep
9
comment How to tackle complex business rule and logic?
I guess there are just too much details to capture and I have not found the right tool to do so. Each edge of each state has many outcomes. I wonder if there are better tools than basic flow chat / UML state diagram for that.
Sep
9
comment How to tackle complex business rule and logic?
Project Manager & Business Analyst, right, but I guess one of the multiple hats a developer need to wear for a small size company.
Sep
8
accepted What is Business Process Management software?
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asked How to tackle complex business rule and logic?
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Jul
19
comment Tips on develop further on a legacy system?
@Anna Thank you
Jul
19
comment Tips on develop further on a legacy system?
I think all answers provided below are great answers, and all of them solve my problem. It is stackexchange that's not letting me mark more then one answers as correct, not my fault. Not to mention there were 2 up votes.