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Feb
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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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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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Feb
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answered Can you claim that your product is fit for purpose when it uses OSS software which does not guarantee it?
Feb
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comment What the right pattern to Use here
@Muneer - I suggest you add the information about Donate() and SubscribeTo() to the original question. It would make it easier for others to come with a useful suggestion.
Feb
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answered How can I deal with a team member who dislikes making comments in code?
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revised What the right pattern to Use here
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answered What the right pattern to Use here
Feb
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comment Why does automated testing keep failing in my company?
WebForms are nearly impossible to unit test properly. You can use an MVP (Model/View/Presenter) pattern to move presentation logic to a testable component.
Feb
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comment Velocity does not plateau over time, why?
Does the team have any suggestions as to why this is happening?
Feb
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comment DDD - Aggregate Roots - Dealing with Efficiency and Concurrency
@drogon - Your concern about joins is related to a data access strategy. That is a different matter that the actual domain model. And besides, I'm pretty sure that mongodb can handle the join. But I haven't used mongodb so I cannot say for sure.
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revised DDD - Aggregate Roots - Dealing with Efficiency and Concurrency
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comment Writing Testable Code vs Avoiding Speculative Generality
I would also add, when you are depending on the interfaces in the tests, the generality is no longer speculative
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answered DDD - Aggregate Roots - Dealing with Efficiency and Concurrency
Jan
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comment MVVM Clarification
I doubt I can find a link, because I believe I got it from his book, Domain-Driven Design. Anyway, I think it is an excellent example of the different between domain and application logic. More on the book here books.google.dk/books/about/…
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answered MVVM Clarification
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answered What defines “software developer” role
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comment Workflow: Using binary document formats in Git without locks (moving from subversion)
There are in fact merge tools that can merge Word documents. I don't have any experience with them however, so how good they are I have no idea of?
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revised How do we make unit tests run fast?
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answered How do we make unit tests run fast?
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comment agile / scrum and functional specs
And I'm not hung up on dogma. If the individual team finds that it makes more sense to update the specs every 3 or 4 sprints, by all means do so. Scrum is not set in stone. Adapt it to your own needs. I'm just pointing out that if you want to deliver a potential shippable, it might be problematic to have updating the specs in a separate story.