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comment What are the deciding factors in choosing to expose a web service as a SOAP or REST service?
I don't see how REST is tied to HTTP? That's implementation detail. Most REST implementations go over HTTP, but I don't see why I couldn't implement REST over other protocols, like FTP.
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comment Why is there only code review?
See Best Kept Secrets of Peer Code Review. Chapter 3 is named: Five Types of Code Review.
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comment Why is using break considered bad practice?
This also seem related to the practice of having a single exit point in methods.
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answered Pattern for caching DAOs: strategy or decorator?
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comment Pattern for caching DAOs: strategy or decorator?
@antonienko So does the proxy. The proxy is an implementation of the interface that forwards requests to the proxied object. Now that we talk about it I think in essence it looks like a decorator, in intent it is slightly different as per my comment above about forwarding the request.
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comment Pattern for caching DAOs: strategy or decorator?
@antonienko Some patterns are very similar, but with a different intent. That's the case of a proxy and a decorator yes. So, for me, your decorator working in that manner would be categorized as a proxy, at least in my opinion and understanding of the subject.