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Dec
18
awarded  Commentator
Dec
18
comment Are all magic numbers created the same?
@Snowman still a problem if you're counting calendar days and hours and not timestamps.
Dec
17
comment Are all magic numbers created the same?
@StevenBurnap, remember the "2000 problem"?
Dec
17
comment Are all magic numbers created the same?
I'll tell you more - in DST timezones, twice a year there are strange days which have 25 and 23 hours respectively, so the example is clearly wrong.
Jun
28
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
15
comment REST or a message queue in a multi-tier heterogeneous system?
Thanks a lot. Indeed we might outgrow CRUD, though not very soon, our domain is pretty simple now. BTW the book is not published yet, trying to find some matherials in Greg's blog... I think it's good I don't have to use Microsoft technology for that.
Oct
15
comment REST or a message queue in a multi-tier heterogeneous system?
I don't know if I have the connectivity. Home is a user home device, and Client is a smartphone over Wi-Fi or 3G. One big part of the question is my ignorance about a NAT traversal methods.
Oct
15
comment REST or a message queue in a multi-tier heterogeneous system?
Thanks. What I found after @Javier comment: ØMQ seems not to support encryption itself atm: zeromq.org/area:faq#toc8 though RabbitMQ does: rabbitmq.com/ssl.html
Oct
15
comment REST or a message queue in a multi-tier heterogeneous system?
@Mike Brown exactly. Please do.
Oct
15
awarded  Student
Oct
15
comment REST or a message queue in a multi-tier heterogeneous system?
@Jimmy Hoffa valid point, thanks. That's right, but not completely. It's a common database, storage and so on. @Javier thank you, it's a good part of an answer.
Oct
15
asked REST or a message queue in a multi-tier heterogeneous system?
Apr
29
answered With all of these services, how can I not be anemic?
Apr
29
comment With all of these services, how can I not be anemic?
Sounds like a specific requirement - reuse of data (stress 'data') structure - lead to that common part reduced to plain DTOs.
Mar
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awarded  Teacher
Mar
26
comment DDD + POCO does this makes sense?
@Omu - I'd say, if there's no logic in core objects - not (you were not clear on that; examples of class responsibilities for core entities and services would help). There rarely exists such a bodiless external power, a "stateless service doing something with object's data" in real world.
Mar
25
answered DDD + POCO does this makes sense?
Mar
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Mar
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