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Jun
28
comment My boss has a bad case of “Not Invented Here”
@jwenting: I completely agree with that, but I'd be surprised if any of the suits making the decisions actually got that far in the train of thought.
Mar
26
comment Hidden dependencies - why not?
Lazy loading in the second example requires the implementation of a service locator or a DI container. A factory pattern would even work.
Mar
6
answered What is the idiomatic way in REST to handle field level permissions?
Mar
4
comment In ifs inside for loops, prefer checking for true, or for false and continue?
6 of one, half a dozen of the other. Both achieve the same result, both are easy to read and identify what's going on. It's simply a matter of style at this point. Neither is preferred over the other.
Feb
20
comment How to sell DRY architecture
@gnat: I find it ironic that you're proposing to close this as a duplicate by pointing to a question that has been closed as a duplicate.
Feb
20
comment How to sell DRY architecture
What's it gonna take to get you into a DRY architecture today?
Feb
11
answered When to use controllers in mvc
Feb
10
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Feb
9
awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
2
comment Using “Return” over “Break” or a combination
I've always tried to stick to the standard that a method should have a singular return vector. Given that standard, a switch should contain only breaks and the method should return the result upon conclusion.
Jan
30
comment What's the best way to avoid catastrophe caused by negligence?
@asteri: I didn't say it is no longer true, I said when it becomes as common as it is, it is no longer a disorder it is the norm. However, don't take my word for it. Do your own research. Even the psychologist who came up with it called it a "fabricated disease".
Jan
29
comment What's the best way to avoid catastrophe caused by negligence?
@Doval: And if there wasn't an ADHD diagnosis (which no longer seems to be a disorder since a very large number of people claim it), would it change anything about this if there was an admission of a high rate of mistakes? Read the answers and comments. Not one suggests anything relative to that condition. Every response to help manage an overage of mistakes can be applied regardless of the condition. It's a crutch, and people need to stop leaning on it. If you'd like to take it to a chat room, feel free to create one.
Jan
29
comment What's the best way to avoid catastrophe caused by negligence?
@Doval: If it wasn't an excuse then it would never have come up. The mistake described here has nothing to do with that condition, and it's commonly made by many people who do not have that condition.
Jan
28
reviewed Reject Why after each restart, my local .NET sites take time to load for the first time?
Jan
13
answered What's the best way to synchronise an event over multiple processes?
Jan
8
comment Explain MVC to non-programmers
I think it would be fruitful to make the next leap and suggest that the language being spoken is $£¥€ƒруб. If you're explaining it to a non-programmer, it's probably in a business context and it's very likely that it boils down to "where is the money going"?
Dec
18
comment Is reinventing the wheel really all that bad?
Attributed to Douglas Crockford: The good thing about reinventing the wheel is that you can get a round one.
Dec
12
revised C# OOP Class Usage
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Dec
11
answered C# OOP Class Usage
Dec
11
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