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Nov
28
answered Why 'String' objects are immutable with an explicit constructor in java?
Nov
18
comment Can jQuery be used server side?
If you need JQuery for DOM manipulation, I'd suggest using Cheerio instead.
Oct
30
comment Avoiding Double POST
Use a PUT instead of a POST and let the client generate the ID.
Oct
1
comment Is there a way to prevent variables from changing their type in Python?
Use something like MyPy or a statically typed language (like e.g. Go).
Sep
30
comment Is there a name to this coding practice shown in the example?
I think the catchy name is SRP (Single Responsibility Principle).
Sep
11
awarded  Yearling
Aug
21
comment Can regexp be used to check for palindromes?
Sry you are correct. Then you are right, it's not possible.
Aug
21
comment Can regexp be used to check for palindromes?
It can be done using regular expressions but is not very practical. See stackoverflow.com/questions/22349358/…
Aug
6
comment Linked list clarification
+1 Read the source, Luke!
Aug
5
comment Should you ever use private on fields and methods in C#?
-1 Using protected as default is horrible advice. You can always increase the visibility of members later but not the other way around without breaking code (when people are using your code) .
Jul
9
comment Should we always create web application scalable?
@Neil Yes, I meant that it's often easy to add scalability to an existing simple system.
Jul
9
answered Should we always create web application scalable?
Jun
16
comment acceptance test driven development in c++
Acceptance tests check that the functionality of your program matches some set of specified requirements. Integration tests check that some components within your program work together as expected. Unit tests on the other hand check that those components work in isolation as expected.
Jun
16
answered acceptance test driven development in c++
May
6
awarded  Informed
Apr
15
comment What is the right way to parse HTML?
By using a... parser?
Apr
2
comment Am I bound by the license of a library that is used in my project but is not distributed with it?
Using JUnit doesn't make the project using it a derivative.
Mar
21
comment Should I use HTTP search
@Knerd The problem is that most HTTP clients will not support the SEARCH method which kind of defeats the motivation of providing an API.
Mar
21
answered Should I use HTTP search
Mar
7
comment Exceptions: Why throw early? Why catch late?
+1 Very nice explanation.