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comment Would learning any natural language in particular further your programming career?
I had a similar experience working with TYPO3.
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comment What algorithm(s) can be used to achieve reasonably good next word prediction?
Also, you need a larger corpus for larger n-grams to be practically useful.
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revised Good example of complex code using TDD
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comment Patching open source software when upgrading is not an option?
Note that some Linux distributions effectively maintain their own „forks” of software by backporting security patches to earlier releases.
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comment Desktop application, dependency injection
That makes sense, thank you.
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comment Desktop application, dependency injection
So, a kind of service locator which would get its dependencies from DI framework?
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asked Desktop application, dependency injection
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answered Programming languages with a Lisp-like syntax extension mechanism
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comment Gerrit, git and reviewing whole branch
“how would you fix it” — mistakes happen, and as for now it was enough for us to just fix the problem in any of the later commits, as long as the master branch on central server never directly pointed to any commit between bug and fix. So, in this case, I'd put a fix as eleventh commit in the reviewed branch. Is this method a bad thing?
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comment Real-world examples of apps written with TDD and good test coverage?
Duplicate of programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/21791/…
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comment How do you maintain focus when a particular aspect of programming takes 10+ seconds to complete?
I did a variation on this idea: anytime there's a command that takes more than 60 seconds, the alert is shown automatically (in my case by zsh). Great thing.