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answered Can observer pattern be represented by cars and traffic lights?
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comment Web Service - SOAP
I think when the question specifically refers to attachments, I think that this refers to a stream payload being transmitted outside the scope of the SOAP envelope, not a Base64 encoded string inside the SOAP envelope itself. I did work on a solution that did that, but it is almost 10 years ago, so I cannot in any way remember the details (and I wasn't involved in the particulars of carrying this stream either).
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answered Web Service - SOAP
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answered Is it a bad practice to store large files (10 MB) in a database?
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answered Best Practice of making a Composite Control with a repeater activity
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answered Should we document stand-up meetings?
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comment When using method chaining, do I reuse the object or create one?
I did blog about a different approach to creating builders based on lambdas. The post probably does need a bit of editing. My context was mostly that of inside the scope of a unit test, but it could be applied to other areas as well if applicable. It can be found here: petesdotnet.blogspot.com/2012/05/…
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revised What are some ways to maintain codebases written in two languages that implement the same logic?
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revised Can functional programming be used to develop a full enterprise application?
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answered Can functional programming be used to develop a full enterprise application?
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comment What are some ways to maintain codebases written in two languages that implement the same logic?
@mattnz - You have utterly misunderstood my point. I'm referring to the programming principle of "DRY". That principle does in no way suggest that there should be only one operating system, office suite, etc. You can easily produce a product for multiple platforms while sticking to DRY.
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answered What are some ways to maintain codebases written in two languages that implement the same logic?
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answered Need a file location in Business logic layer from UI layer
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answered DDD identifying aggregate root
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answered When using method chaining, do I reuse the object or create one?
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comment Is having two conditions in an IF statement faster than having two separate IF statements?
@CodyGray - Thanks for the update on current VB version. I updated the answer to better reflect this.
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revised Is having two conditions in an IF statement faster than having two separate IF statements?
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answered Dependency injection: How to sell it
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comment Is having two conditions in an IF statement faster than having two separate IF statements?
"better"? If there is no performance penalty for evaluating the second condition, then the most easy to read code is in my opinion the better option. But there are some cases, where you need to split the if statements, e.g. if you write "if (list != null) && list.Count > 0", as the second condition would be invalid, i.e. throw an exception, if the first condition evaluates to false.