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revised Designing a system with different business rules for different customers
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revised What should be the minimal design/scope documentation before development begins?
what's with the random code blocks?
Sep
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comment Legally, can I re reuse code for different customers?
Honestly, your answer just comes off flippant. It reads like you're suggesting the OP just fakes his way around whatever rules are in place, especially when you say "It's just a game so don't take it too seriously". On the contrary, legal matters (no matter how inane) should be taken seriously. If nothing else, we all like to stay employed, right?
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comment Where do you go to read good examples of source code?
@Cris I don't disagree, but I will note that there's a lot to be learned from reading bad code as well. Arguably, reading and following bad code is even tougher than diving into a properly organized project. (And this is before we get into trying to figure out what "good" code is. :))
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revised What do you consider to be the essential design patterns? And do you use them?
fixed list formatting
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answered Is it bad practice to use public fields?
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reviewed Approve Who should participate in time estimation?
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revised Programming SOLID Principles
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revised How to find a programming mentor?
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revised Should I pay my developers for bugs fixes for a project or work that's still in progress?
Irrelevant domain is irrelevant.