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Jan
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comment Is there a downside to using AggressiveInlining on simple properties?
So NoInlining will make my program smaller!
Jan
13
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Dec
15
comment Should conditional logic be always coded via type system where possible?
@BenAaronson valid point, but the accepted answer addresses this.
Dec
15
comment Should conditional logic be always coded via type system where possible?
Good point and even when C# gets traits I would probably avoid using them for reason given by @Telastyn.
Dec
14
comment Why is dealing with multiple threads considered difficult?
Sometimes it's nice to leave the question open for 24 hours to make sure more people have a chance to submit a quality answer (not talking about myself here).
Dec
4
comment “Untriggered events” in Reactive Programming
I am triggering a Command on a ViewModel via native event-to-command GUI framework support (OnLoad -> Command) and also doing this programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/303668/…
Dec
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comment Should conditional logic be always coded via type system where possible?
@MikeNakis I agree, just wanted to keep the sample minimal.
Dec
1
comment Why is inheritance only defined at compile-time?
So that inheritance errors could be caught at compile-time.
Dec
1
accepted Should conditional logic be always coded via type system where possible?
Nov
30
comment Should conditional logic be always coded via type system where possible?
Thank you, this sounds like a very clear rule :). My situation is of second variety.
Nov
30
comment Should conditional logic be always coded via type system where possible?
Well, it should get better syntax-wise in C#7 with it's pattern matching. I was wondering about mathematical / philosophical /theoretical side of things :).
Nov
30
revised Should conditional logic be always coded via type system where possible?
Added some research info as suggested.
Nov
30
comment Should conditional logic be always coded via type system where possible?
2. What if I say that change is very unlikely?
Nov
30
comment Should conditional logic be always coded via type system where possible?
1. I tagged it to get syntax highlighting, info about other languages would be appreciated.
Nov
30
asked Should conditional logic be always coded via type system where possible?
Nov
29
awarded  Revival
Nov
27
comment Push instead of pull on a list that might change due to a command in addition to events?
@CortAmmon No, the list must ideally always reflect the true state of things.
Nov
27
comment Push instead of pull on a list that might change due to a command in addition to events?
What do you think about mixing command results into the feed of events and ignore the messages based on server-generated timestamp comparison?
Nov
27
comment Push instead of pull on a list that might change due to a command in addition to events?
@CortAmmon I probably misused the word "lockless". What I meant is that I would like to handle this in a RX-idiomatic way. Yes, it's a GUI.
Nov
27
comment Push instead of pull on a list that might change due to a command in addition to events?
@Ixrec there is a chance that some events will be published after the query run on server but before the client receives it. Initial load is done same way as refresh, so it has the same problem.