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Jan
19
awarded  Tumbleweed
Jan
18
awarded  Promoter
Jan
17
revised Writing a gem supporting compiled languages with Rake. How to test?
Added missing function specifcation
Jan
17
revised Writing a gem supporting compiled languages with Rake. How to test?
Completely rewrote the questin in the hope that it will get more attention
Jan
12
asked Writing a gem supporting compiled languages with Rake. How to test?
Jan
11
awarded  Yearling
Jan
8
comment Are header files actually good?
Header files are not good - they are necessary! - See also this answer on SO: stackoverflow.com/a/1319570/158483
Jan
8
answered What's so difficult about SVN merges?
Jan
7
answered Is throwing an exception from a property bad form?
Dec
14
revised Should I use events or abstract methods?
fixed spelling
Dec
5
answered How do I review my own code?
Nov
28
answered Why is python treated as a interpreted language when it has a compiling stage?
Nov
24
comment Is seeing loads of merge messages in a git branch standard, or are we working incorrectly?
But when you do get comfortable with fixing rebase conflicts, it can be a lot easier than a merge, as you have to fix one commit at a time (which hopefully has a helpful commit message) instead of fixing all merge conflicts in one go.
Nov
24
comment What is the best and most optimized way to return a filestream from a .NET WCF SOAP service?
How is your application hosted? I.e. web app, windows service, etc?
Nov
20
answered the better url for a API: /api or api
Nov
18
comment Service Oriented Architecture - Component Responsibility
When you say "the database" it sounds like you have only one? Does each service have it's own data store?
Nov
16
answered Is C# development effectively inseparable from the IDE you use?
Nov
14
awarded  Enthusiast
Nov
11
comment Is naming a class based on its implementation acceptable?
This is not a general answer, just a comment on you example. In the case of a SortedSet, that really conveys useful information to the consumer. It is a set, thus every element can only appear once in the collection. It is sorted, thus if I iterate through the members, I should get them in sorted order. If the last part is not true for your implementation however, SortedSet is a very poor name.
Nov
2
revised Are design patterns really essential nowadays?
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