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comment Seeds distribution algorithm with complexity better than O(n^3)?
then order the farmers in increasing numbers of seed requests (eg 1,2,3,6) and then do what I said above.
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answered Seeds distribution algorithm with complexity better than O(n^3)?
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comment Seeds distribution algorithm with complexity better than O(n^3)?
what happens if 2 farmers ask for 3 seeds each, and you only have 5 available?
Jul
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answered Event logging: record a whole message, or a list of properties and generate?
Jul
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comment Saving to Registry vs. CustomFile
"with no security complications" is not necessarily a good feature... your other points are generally wrong. Right click on a key and select "export", you get that section of the tree exported as a plain text file. Registry values can and do roam - Windows cam roams the entire registry, and its API will never change.
Jul
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revised When to implement WCF Rest Service and WebApi
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comment Agile requirements gathering in embedded project
Which is what that questions refers to, only using Scrum (the agile methodology you explicitly mentioned in your question). Doesn't seem too far off to me!
Jul
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comment Strategy for fixing signed/unsigned warnings
define it yourself. 32bits is 32 bits in any compiler, even ones that don't define it for you. -1 was being used to pretend to be 0xFFFFFFFF anyway.
Jul
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answered Strategy for fixing signed/unsigned warnings
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answered Correct approach for creating api contract
Jul
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answered OO Design Question - Library/Objects for API which includes id references
Jul
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comment How to debug a program after it appears to fix itself
undo your changes and see what happened. And if you don't use version control to manage your changes, this is why you should.
Jul
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answered Security and sanitizing user-input with limited control over 'output' targets
Jul
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answered Does code format affect performance?
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comment Best approach to write windows service
I know its all asp.net config, but the same principles apply to normal ones, I've used used exactly that for standalone service-based WCF web service. You may need to google for further help, but that link is the MS reference for it (IIRC)
Jul
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comment Best approach to write windows service
@MainMa I'm not sure (of which damn thing Microsoft says we should use anymore) - but its the Protected Storage service that is deprecated (since Vista) not this Protected Configuration thing, at least that's what a quick google tells me. I'm tempted to become a FreeBSD dev every time this happens.
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answered Best approach to write windows service
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comment Focus of unit tests on code
@urosjarc the smallest block of code in OOP is the class. Otherwise, why are you grouping code into classes if methods are so unitary? They're not, they're parts of a unit, where each unit is the class. That's why you write OOP code in the form of classes.