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answered How to change documentation expectations from “risk management” to a “project risk”
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comment Do I have to deliver my utility and helper code to clients?
@deviDave: Did you get paid for the months you were working on those libraries? If you did then I don't see that you have much to complain about if the customer finds another use for them.
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comment Creating database connections - Do it once or for each query?
@briddums: Depends on the provider assembly. I am certain that both Microsoft's Oracle implementation and Oracle's own both support connection pooling, because I've used them. I've heard that there's a MySql one that does, and I'd expect the providers in Spring.NET to support pooling, but you're better off searching or asking the provider directly than asking me.
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answered Creating database connections - Do it once or for each query?
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comment Should I be concerned that I can't program very fast without Google?
I fail to see how this wasn't constructive
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answered Should I be concerned that I can't program very fast without Google?
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comment Design patterns - do you use them?
Not an exact duplicate question, but my answer would be the same. programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/70877/…
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answered C# return variables
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answered Does SRP with ORM provoke SOA?
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revised Is there a canonical book on Ruby on Rails?
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comment Static class vs Singleton class in C#
No more or less than a singleton.
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