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Oct
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revised What ASP.NET MVC can do and Ruby on Rails can't?
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Oct
25
comment What ASP.NET MVC can do and Ruby on Rails can't?
Actually, code first migrations have been supported since 4.1, which was AFAIK released not too long after my edit.
Sep
3
answered How should I unit-test a class that relies on having realistic data?
Aug
23
awarded  Excavator
Aug
23
revised Design documents as part of Agile
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Aug
23
revised Breaking down a complex story at project start
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Aug
23
comment Breaking down a complex story at project start
The developers do not create new stories. The stories are managed by the "Product Owner". You could say that they add tasks to a story, but I think that phrase is a bit misleading. I added to the answer some words explicitly about Pivotal Tracker.
Aug
22
answered How do you dive into large code bases?
Aug
22
answered Breaking down a complex story at project start
Aug
9
answered Does having more classes necessarily increase the memory requirements of the app?
Aug
7
comment How to display in compositional relationship that the item knows about the container?
I agree with you that the presence of an arrow head means that there is a one-directional relationship. However, the absence of an arrow head does not always mean that there is a two-directional relationship. Depends on how strict of loose the team follows standards. I prefer to not be too strict. The point of UML is communication, and if the absence of arrowhead makes for an easier to understand diagram, I would omit it.
Jul
9
answered Shelving code in Team Foundation Server (TFS)
Jul
9
answered Creating a new file format: Write code or documentation first?
Jul
4
answered Modeling user in MongoDB
Jun
26
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
18
asked Using Sql Server Change Data Capture with a frequently changing schema
Feb
8
comment What is the point of using lists over vectors, in C++?
@gnat - certainly. I have tried to quote the stuff that makes sense separately, and that does need the context of the slides.
Feb
8
revised What is the point of using lists over vectors, in C++?
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Feb
8
answered What is the point of using lists over vectors, in C++?
Feb
7
revised If I hire you for “a day”, how many hours are expected?
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