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Sep
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asked Strategy vs Publiser-subscriber pattern
Sep
17
answered Creating a websocket server on Linux
Sep
14
comment Design pattern for modifying state and notifying the other modifiers without a loop
Thanks. Interesting discussion.
Sep
14
accepted Design pattern for modifying state and notifying the other modifiers without a loop
Sep
12
comment Design pattern for modifying state and notifying the other modifiers without a loop
A third party is just an example of an object that may send changes to the state. By using the Observer pattern, the object that request the change will also get a notification of it, and that is what I want to avoid.
Sep
12
asked Design pattern for modifying state and notifying the other modifiers without a loop
Aug
12
comment UML: Queue processor in a sequence diagram
... I a not completely sure that is an UML sequence diagram.
Aug
12
accepted UML: Queue processor in a sequence diagram
Aug
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asked UML: Queue processor in a sequence diagram
Jul
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awarded  Curious
May
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awarded  Notable Question
Apr
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accepted Naming convention for classes that represents different versions of the same thing
Apr
13
comment Naming convention for classes that represents different versions of the same thing
I gave that for granted. Even so, I would like to have a consistent naming so when I get an exception, I can see the implementation that is creating the trouble.
Apr
13
comment Naming convention for classes that represents different versions of the same thing
Right, the former versions need to be supported. Including the RFC number is a great idea. I guess it changes from version to version, right?
Apr
13
comment Naming convention for classes that represents different versions of the same thing
I was just putting a childish example. I am asking for an acceptable namig convention for this kind of situations.
Apr
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asked Naming convention for classes that represents different versions of the same thing
Nov
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awarded  Popular Question
Jul
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accepted How do you plan your asynchronous code?
Jun
28
comment How do you plan your asynchronous code?
It seems like you have to be sure the asynchronous processing worth the extra development time before start. Probably caring about making your overall design scalable is more worth that adding complexity to the code. I mean, probably adding another box to the system will be cheaper than expend X time supporting asynchronous calls. What do you think?
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