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Feb
22
comment What popular “best practices” are not always best, and why?
If you have to write lots of factory classes then you're doing something wrong. Smart DI libraries (e.g. Autofac for C#) can utilize Func<T>, Lazy<T>, Delegates etc. for factories, without writing any boilerplate yourself.
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22
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Feb
22
answered Interop Best Practices: Should I use Static Class, or Normal Classes
Feb
22
answered Variable names: underscores, no underscores, or camel case?
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22
answered Arguments for a coding standard?
Feb
22
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