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asked What use is a Business Logic Layer (BLL)?
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revised The worst anti-patterns you have came across
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comment The worst anti-patterns you have came across
To me the worst pattern is Copy/Paste.
Feb
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comment Representing timezone list
+1. I can barely remember the name of my timezone; all I know is that it's +5. Being able to quickly scan a list to find "+5" is much easier than pretty much any other method I can think of.
Feb
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comment Is it bad to have an “Obsessive Refactoring Disorder”?
@Slawek - Yes, I know, it's terrible practice, but practically speaking if making a deadline is more important than having clean code you have to prioritize. File a report on it and make sure it gets fixed as soon as possible.
Feb
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revised Is it bad to have an “Obsessive Refactoring Disorder”?
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comment Can you be a manager and a programmer at the same time?
Ask Bill Gates.
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answered Is it bad to have an “Obsessive Refactoring Disorder”?
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answered How do you track bugs in your personal projects?
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comment Is this code bad enough to warrant a rewrite?
As usual, Joel Spolsky has an excellent article on rewriting old software.
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comment When is an application too customizable?
Exactly. Is it worth it to spend 25% of your development time on a feature maybe 5% of your customers will use? Probably not. Is having this extra customizability going to net you any more customers? Again, probably not.
Jan
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answered What should be first - functionality or design?
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comment How does a government development shop transition to developing open source solutions?
As someone who codes for the government, I can get behind this answer. Government code is actually kept under very tight security and is definitely NOT public.
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