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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
13
asked Naming convention for classes that represents different versions of the same thing
Nov
19
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
3
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?
Jun
28
awarded  Commentator
Jun
28
comment How do you plan your asynchronous code?
@gnat I will take a look to that, thanks.
Jun
28
comment How do you plan your asynchronous code?
Unfortunately that does not fit what employers expect from the software development process. I have to do my best guess before start :D I always say that it would be great if we knew at least the 80% of the project details before start, never happened.
Jun
28
comment How do you plan your asynchronous code?
@svick I just installed to see how it goes, Thanks.
Jun
26
comment How do you plan your asynchronous code?
Yes, but we do not use that version of .NET yet, and it only simplifies the top code, but the debugging is same has hard.
Jun
25
asked How do you plan your asynchronous code?
May
7
accepted Quicksort and middle pivot
May
2
comment Quicksort and middle pivot
That is not right. Check this vector [0,9,1,8,2,7,3,6,4,5]
May
2
revised Quicksort and middle pivot
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May
2
comment Quicksort and middle pivot
Right, I already tried this way and works well. The reason why I am using a middle pivot, is to implement the "median algorithm", that increases quick sort speed by approximating the middle value of a list and use it as pivot: brpreiss.com/books/opus4/html/page500.html (Maybe I should have said that to start with)
May
2
comment Quicksort and middle pivot
I mean left and right pointers. The idea is neither removing the pivot or creating a new list.
May
2
asked Quicksort and middle pivot