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Aug
23
revised Design documents as part of Agile
Fixed what I assumed to be a typo
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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Feb
7
comment If I hire you for “a day”, how many hours are expected?
@DanielB - Not really, as I normally work on projects, so I stick with the same client for some time. But I can see your point, and it is a valid one. But come to think of it I did have a regular client wanting me to fly to come to Bruxelles for a one-day meeting, but not wanting to compensate me for 6 hours of travel time (in excess to normal travel time to their local office). I'll change the answer somewhat
Feb
7
answered If I hire you for “a day”, how many hours are expected?
Feb
6
answered In agile development, should I try persistence in flat file before database?
Feb
6
revised Can you claim that your product is fit for purpose when it uses OSS software which does not guarantee it?
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