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Jan
16
comment Creating REST-ful web-services without adhering to the REST principles
That is correct. Choose the best "verb"/method for each operation you are trying to expose
Jan
16
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Jan
16
comment Creating REST-ful web-services without adhering to the REST principles
Not only someone elses job easier, yours too in the long term. If you read through the internet, by not using the HTTP verbs you can not call your WSs REST or RESTful (RESTful is just "adjectifying" REST) and unless you use standards/protocols (whatever people call them) all you can call them is Web services, nothing else. You might want to take a look at SOAP too, check: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SOAP and see if it fits your needs
Jan
16
answered Creating REST-ful web-services without adhering to the REST principles
Jan
14
answered Reason for a reflection error
Jan
14
comment Should images be stored in a git repository?
I agree with you but I am of the opinion that "binaries don't belong in rev control" if they are recoverable by building the project. Libraries can be recovered using dependency management, and the executables should be built every single time in the same way by using the provided code. But I completelly agree that since the images are resources that belong to the project or are projects them-selves, they should be stored in a VCS or DM depending on the use
Feb
6
answered How important is it to reduce the number of lines in code?
Dec
20
answered Static methods on a web context
May
25
comment What is the main job of a team leader?
Good answer... now if I'm not mistaken, this makes me the team leader in my team, although I have no official title
Apr
28
answered Is developing games the best way to learn programming?
Apr
28
answered Subversion/source control only for production code?
Apr
27
answered Using single characters for variable names in loops/exceptions
Apr
20
comment Picking powers of two for sizes/limits
I know, the rule described by my programming teacher was to use prime numbers excusively, but It can get really boring calculating prime numbers all the time
Apr
20
answered Picking powers of two for sizes/limits
Apr
20
awarded  Supporter
Apr
20
comment What process/guidelines should be followed, when I am about to deprecate a few methods from my service classes in Java?
It's an ideia, I just keep the methods there. I'm not a fan of making any changes that change the original functionality
Apr
20
answered What process/guidelines should be followed, when I am about to deprecate a few methods from my service classes in Java?
Apr
18
awarded  Teacher