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revised Creating database connections - Do it once or for each query?
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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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revised Should I be concerned that I can't program very fast without Google?
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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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answered 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.
Mar
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reviewed Approve how do you remember programming related stuff?
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reviewed Approve Is dependency injection essential for unit testing?
Mar
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comment How do I capture information from a website that doesn't provide an API?
@JoãoDaniel: Technically they can stop you, either by legal or technical means (eg. constantly making subtle changes). But they probably won't IF you are offering some value to them by doing whatever you're doing. Look to the biggest player in the market; they are the one who won't appreciate you advertising other companies to their customers. If you can convince them it's in their interest, you'll be fine; otherwise don't waste your time.
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answered To program in free time as a programmer, is to show that programming is passion. If not, is the programmer good?
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comment Do I need to test everything?
@JonStrayer: Is it? Are you certain the answer would be the same for RoR as .NET? I would suggest that by design RoR has deliberately reduced the cost of testing, while not having type-safety in the form of a compiler massively increases the benefit of testing.
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