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Jun
23
comment is JS a gradually typed language?
@CodesInChaos - Why a comment and not an answer? As far as I can tell, what you have written is the answer to the question
Jun
23
answered In an enterprise setting, does one apply BDD principles alongside of, or instead of, “traditional” unit testing?
Jun
20
answered What is the ideal length of a method?
Jun
19
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
19
comment When should the programmer's spoken language be used during development?
@MasonWheeler - such a term could work fine in one domain, but fall short in a different domain. E.g. there are different types of disability benefits, Sygedagpenge is just one. But in the end it will not change the fact the it was a term invented by the programmers, not the business, in an attempt to keep it all in English
Jun
19
answered When should the programmer's spoken language be used during development?
Jun
11
comment Circular dependency and object creation when attempting DDD
The most idiomatic way of handling circular dependencies is to avoid them in the first place.
Jun
10
comment If immutable objects are good, why do people keep creating mutable objects?
I think this is the most correct answer. Say you were developing in F# for example, you would create immutable types pr. default. I doubt that most developers would start adding 'mutable' keywords to their F# types, even if they came straight from an imperative programming style
Jun
10
comment If immutable objects are good, why do people keep creating mutable objects?
@PéterTörök - it's also not just about the initial code that your tools can help you with. What about when you make changes? When you add a new field to your immutable type, do you remember to update equality and hashcode functions as well?
May
21
comment What is a symbol in Ruby?
Well, technically, this is not an answer to the question. But I agree, it is a great book, and a great introduction to Ruby, highly recommendable for anyone coding in Ruby.
May
19
reviewed Approve How should templates be named?
May
18
revised Using a Simple/Static Factory vs. instantiating directly: new Thing() vs. factory.createThing() - what's the benefit?
fix typo
May
18
answered Using a Simple/Static Factory vs. instantiating directly: new Thing() vs. factory.createThing() - what's the benefit?
May
13
answered Why do we have to use divs?
Apr
8
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Apr
3
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Apr
3
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Apr
3
answered As a programmer, are you professionally obliged to offer ongoing support after you've left a company?
Mar
19
revised Thoughts and Best Practices on Static Classes and Members
Fixed spelling and changed heading paragraph a bit
Mar
19
answered Thoughts and Best Practices on Static Classes and Members