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awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
27
revised How does one think about object oriented design and Aspect oriented Design for solution
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awarded  Curious
Jun
7
accepted Naming in Security Protocols: Alice, Bob and Eve
Jun
6
comment Naming in Security Protocols: Alice, Bob and Eve
@MichaelT: Oops, how embarrassing. I thought of "security protocol names", "protocol participant", but not the most obvious... Thanks!
Jun
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asked Naming in Security Protocols: Alice, Bob and Eve
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awarded  Yearling
Mar
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answered Domain Model vs View Model
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awarded  Popular Question
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11
awarded  Custodian
May
11
reviewed No Action Needed How to simplify my complex stateful classes and their testing?
May
11
reviewed No Action Needed How to simplify my complex stateful classes and their testing?
May
4
reviewed No Action Needed Complex Mutual Exclusion Validation Logic
May
4
reviewed No Action Needed OOP principles and method names
Apr
26
reviewed No Action Needed How to motivate team for knowledge sharing sessions
Apr
25
comment How should I implement code review in this situation?
@AmyBlankenship: Oops, silly me. Thanks for catching that!
Apr
25
revised How should I implement code review in this situation?
attribute pair programming to the right person
Apr
24
comment Which code is better for branch prediction optimization?
"My understanding is that the first time the CPU encounters a branch, it will predict (if supported) that forward branches are not taken and backwards branches are." This is a very interesting thought. Do you have any evidence that this is indeed implemented in common architectures?
Apr
24
answered How should I implement code review in this situation?
Apr
24
comment HTML code in Java class
-1. Could you please justify your opinion? Otherwise, this answer is really no more than a simple "It's bad. Trust me."