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comment Sdk building, declare dependencies inside the assembly or use external?
I would put these interfaces in a separate assembly that can be used by anyone needing a concrete implementation of the interface. Then you can use dependency injection to define and provide these implementations.
May
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answered Sdk building, declare dependencies inside the assembly or use external?
Apr
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comment My web app uses a number of photo hosting APIs. What would be an effective database design to store their limitations?
Why are you storing this information in a database? Is it likely to change often? If not, have you considered storing it statically in your middle layer?
Apr
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comment Scrum - Dealing with hotfixes
I wouldn't say that Agile puts a strong emphasis on automated testing. It does promote visibility, which can mean writing tests that make any issues more visible. But Agile itself is just a framework which doesn't actually say anything about testing.
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comment How unit test service method that use repository method
Using mocking to mock the repository and its behaviour for testing purposes. A mocking framework will be helpful.
Dec
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comment MVVM model vs viewmodel
@rucamzu: The problem becomes when testing these model classes. You don't want them to be heavy and contain lots of dependencies as this makes testing difficult. For me, it's better that model classes are kept as simple as possible with as few dependencies as possible.
Aug
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comment MVVM model vs viewmodel
You might want to create a base view model class that these other view model classes will subclass and include a protected method in the base class that has this 'complex' functionality.
Aug
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answered MVVM model vs viewmodel
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comment How, in Three Tier Architecture is Database Access Achieved
Have you attempted to do this and cannot get it to work?
Jul
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comment Should my sequential collection start at index 0 or index 1?
And so I suggest adapting your class to meet the needs of your end users then.
Jul
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answered Should my sequential collection start at index 0 or index 1?
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comment What properties does an object oriented language have?
Add as much as you are willing to support in your game. Starting small and growing the language will be easier to manage.
Aug
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comment Wpf: Event driven vs MVVM design pattern
Yes, please, try to implement your application now using MVVM. You will thank yourself later. It's not easy, but well worth the effort.
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comment Should I be using a composite key for this table?
Probably a better question for the DBA SE site.
Jun
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answered Is it bad to use the same class or idiom names as in a third-party API that you're using?
Jun
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comment How to fix a project with basically no structure?
+1 You're correct about VB6 losing support on modern Windows versions. Sooner or later (probably sooner), your application will simply cease to function where it needs to.