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Aug
21
awarded  Autobiographer
Aug
21
asked Should well-known business ID of an entity be represented with a dedicated type in DDD/OOP?
Aug
10
comment Is it possible to avoid a lot of using statements?
@JeffO the question says 'using statement'. I see only one of 'em in my code per language version.
Aug
7
comment Is it possible to avoid a lot of using statements?
@gnat the question belongs to codereview.stackexchange.com anyway and they allow code-only answers AFAIK. But I have made an effort to explain.
Aug
7
revised Is it possible to avoid a lot of using statements?
Trying to please the mods :)
Aug
7
comment Is it possible to avoid a lot of using statements?
@Szer ok, done.
Aug
7
revised Is it possible to avoid a lot of using statements?
Added a C#6 version.
Aug
7
comment Is it possible to avoid a lot of using statements?
It would be a bunch of one-liners with C#6 by the way.
Aug
7
answered Is it possible to avoid a lot of using statements?
Aug
4
comment Is this OOP class hierarchy too deep?
@maple_shaft you are right.
Aug
4
comment Is this OOP class hierarchy too deep?
gameprogrammingpatterns.com/component.html PS: this is not the right place, go to gamedev.stackexchange.com
Jul
28
comment Which style to use for features that are not directly driven by humans when using BDD Gherkin language?
@RobertHarvey Sorry - done.
Jul
28
asked Which style to use for features that are not directly driven by humans when using BDD Gherkin language?
Jul
20
awarded  Nice Question
Jul
14
awarded  Custodian
Jul
14
reviewed Reviewed Resource manager for restful service
Jul
14
comment Resource manager for restful service
google.co.uk/?q=distributed%20transaction%20wcf
Jul
10
comment Difference between extensible programming and extendible programming?
The correct answer.
Jul
10
comment Can static and dynamically typed languages be seen as different tools for different types of jobs?
Unless you provide any proof, I would claim that in the worst case backend world is transitioning to Go, but god forbid any dynamic scripty stuff. The myth that a static programming language always has a lot of ceremony has long been debunked with more powerful inference systems and solid REPL implementations
Jun
29
comment How to think as a C programmer after biased with OOP language?
To expand, a lot of things have been developed with OOP: everything else. Humans do naturally think in terms of objects and programs are written for other humans to read and understand.