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comment What is the verb for “to make something into a plugin”?
Empahsis on a term already in use which would make this factual as opposed to making up a new term which is very subjective.
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comment What is the verb for “to make something into a plugin”?
Thanks @gnat. I am trying to find a verb which already exists so I can search documentation. I am not trying to name a class nor come up with a new term.
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revised What is the verb for “to make something into a plugin”?
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asked What is the verb for “to make something into a plugin”?
Jul
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comment Can a closed-source programming language survive?
"nobody pays for programming languages" - except in specialized industries or use cases. The one that comes to mind is Wolfram (wolfram.com/language). A list of paid languages would highlight other use cases where the cost is worth it.
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Apr
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accepted How to do an effective code review of library changes?
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revised How to do an effective code review of library changes?
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asked How to do an effective code review of library changes?
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accepted How to address, “Is anyone even using this feature?” questions
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Mar
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comment How to address, “Is anyone even using this feature?” questions
1 and 2 are not practical. 75-95% of what the app does is backend work, not a user facing interface and its a healthcare application. Can you elaborate on how 3 might work from a developer perspective? eg "I spot a feature that seems old and obscure. I file a ticket with our product owner. Then magic happens. I either get a "wont fix" response or a new development ticket to remove the feature"
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asked How to address, “Is anyone even using this feature?” questions
Feb
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comment How do I effectively address code-review feedback about class and method names without a suggestion for a better or alternate name?
@DocBrown - In this case I work from home 3 time zones away from the rest of my team at headquarters. We use instant messaging. We use Crucible for code reviews. We get on the phone. Part of this challenge is a lack of face-to-face communication.
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accepted How do I effectively address code-review feedback about class and method names without a suggestion for a better or alternate name?