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answered Bug reopen vs. new
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answered Some Insight on the Field of Knowledge Representations and Reasoning
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comment Is continuous creation and deletion of tables a sign of an architectural flaw?
After properly studying the domain. There is a limited number of properties which completely define an entity. Some (increasingly complex) examples: a 2D point is completely defined by two coordinates, an address is completely defined by a country, a fields version and a realization of a set of address fields defined by another entity (using a country id, a version and constraints).
Feb
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answered Is continuous creation and deletion of tables a sign of an architectural flaw?
Feb
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answered Problems of multiple threads sharing/accessing the same data
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answered Does the use of debuggers have an effect on the efficiency of programmers?
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answered How can you effectively use web services in an enterprise environment if you can't use transactions?
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answered How to store record statuses (like pending, complete, draft, cancelled…)
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answered Interacting With Data Using Multiple Databases/Servers
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answered Best way to maintain data between local and remote sql databases
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answered How can I explain the difference between NULL and zero?
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answered If I wanted to build a search engine, how would I start?
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comment Should I use non-standard tags in a HTML page for highlighting words?
Where can I find it isn't legal? I tried searching in the HTML specs, but was unable to find a good reference.
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answered Should I use non-standard tags in a HTML page for highlighting words?
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revised How do people doing TDD handle loss of work when doing major refactoring
fixed typo
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answered Software to organize and maintain project documentation, specification?
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answered How do people doing TDD handle loss of work when doing major refactoring
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comment Using work time effectively: How to create code quickly?
Edsger Dijkstra, one of the most famous computer scientists in the world programmed using pen and paper. And for good reasons: think twice, code once.