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was nicht in assembler geht, muss eben gelötet werden...

when you give an answer to my questions, it seems that you've found the question valid - so please give me an upvote :-)


Dec
4
comment Why aren't there code overviews for open-source projects?
Writing good documentation is hard and time consuming. There is an Open Source project which tries to overcome this problem: arc42.org - they have a template for writing good architecture documentation... (yes, I am a contributor to this project...)
Aug
21
answered Cross browser client side storage
Dec
17
comment Is it common to separate back-end and front-end into two positions on web development projects?
@Racheet: maybe I should have expressed this in a different way. I guess what I wanted to say is that the quality apect is different. The backend should shield the frontend from certain problems like transaction safety. If done right, you just have to care about transactions in the frontend, but you still have to care about functionality, usability, design etc. Usability and design are aspects which nearly don't exist in the backend - just because it's no frontend :-)
Jul
22
comment Is it common to separate back-end and front-end into two positions on web development projects?
Yes, quality is also important in the front-end, but a bug will not have the same consequences as a bug in the back-end. Example: in the back-end you have to be transaction safe, in the front-end you (hopefully) use a transaction safe backend :-)
Jul
22
revised Is it common to separate back-end and front-end into two positions on web development projects?
Typo
Mar
4
awarded  Caucus
Mar
4
awarded  Constituent
Oct
12
answered What are options for 3rd Party Centralized Software Settings Management?
Aug
2
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
8
awarded  Yearling
Jun
8
comment Dual Inspection / Four Eyes Principle
If I treat is as another document, I have to keep a reference to the first document in order to replace it as soon as I get the approval...
Jun
8
comment Dual Inspection / Four Eyes Principle
Yes, finding workflow solutions is easy. But if you search for worklfow patters, you will not find something like the four-eye-principle. Another problem are updates (as I tried to describe in my update): the first approved version has to stay in the system while the second version is in approve state. As I said - I am not looking for a solution (I have several in mind for that), but for patterns or best practices.
Jun
8
revised Dual Inspection / Four Eyes Principle
added 252 characters in body
Jun
8
comment Dual Inspection / Four Eyes Principle
@Doc Brown: speaking of Marting Fowler - I have his book "Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture" right beside me beause I hoped to find something in there... but nope..
Jun
8
comment Dual Inspection / Four Eyes Principle
@Blrfl: thanx! That's what I feared. But if you compare it to other patterns (GoF), it seems no more trivial than others (at least to me)
Jun
8
comment Dual Inspection / Four Eyes Principle
@Doc Brown: updated questions
Jun
8
revised Dual Inspection / Four Eyes Principle
added eample
Jun
8
revised Dual Inspection / Four Eyes Principle
added eample
Jun
8
comment Dual Inspection / Four Eyes Principle
@gnat: audit trail and change management describe other topics in my opinion. audit requirements could work. thanx!
Jun
8
asked Dual Inspection / Four Eyes Principle