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comment How to make the members of my Data Access Layer object aware of their siblings
I hate to be cargo-cult, but DI solves a lot of these type of problems. Not only can you use the IoC container to control instance lifecycle, but you can configure different implementations per requester (the CustomerRepo can get a ReadonlyInvoiceRepo injected, for instance).
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asked How to handle static-ish content from a CDN with authentication?
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comment Protecting API Keys
Another really popular method is concatenating all the request parameters together plus the API key and SHAing it. On the other hand, this left Flickr open for a large security hole because they used MD5.
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comment Able to read Code but struggling majorly to write it
@Brandon: then it's a debugging exercise nice and early.
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accepted Are we queueing and serializing properly?
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comment Are we queueing and serializing properly?
@DanLyons: the only memory growth is in MSMQ. Nobody really talks about it, but it seems to be because of non-persistent messages which are all memory-mapped. Since we're serializing a lot of data, it does keep a substantial amount of memory allocated. The memory is (eventually) reclaimed as the messages are consumed and MSMQ's internal cleanup runs.
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comment Is it a good practice to use smaller data types for variables to save memory?
Some people are worth enough money that you need to use a long to represent salary, if it's in USD. Moreso with other currencies. Sigh :(
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revised Are we queueing and serializing properly?
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comment How can a beginner develop an algorithm for this problem?
Your algorithm literally runs for the door at the end. That's so cool.
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