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reviewed Approve WCF an Entity Framework connection
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reviewed Approve When to use weak references in .Net?
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reviewed No Action Needed Calculate different prices for different user types
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reviewed Reopen How can I convince my manager to contribute back to the open source community?
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awarded  Explainer
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comment Who are the 1st and 2nd parties?
This is not correct -- the second party is the primary vendor of the system you are using; the "third party" is anyone else making compatible products for that system; admittedly, this is less important a distinction in this age of open systems!
Jul
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reviewed No Action Needed New project from a third party and documentation
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reviewed Leave Closed Can a closed-source programming language survive?
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answered Why doesn't the HTML\DOM specification allow hyperlinks to set an accept header?
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reviewed Reject Why does the boolean type in C++ support `++` but not `--`?
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awarded  Good Answer
Jul
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revised Separation of concerns between objects
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awarded  Enlightened
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answered Is it useful to keep 'definition' entities in a database vs using an enum?
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reviewed Reject Javascript storing data
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21
comment Why use getters only as opposed to marking things final?
Sure -- and now the storage for this member will be carried around everywhere you go, and the work of filling it in will be done every time you call the constructor, even for code which is only ever going to call the new interface. In contrast, the compatibility-getX() approach only does extra work for callers who use the old interface.
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