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comment How to work with programmer with different preference of indentation width?
I removed the duplicate hold, and edited the question to further clarify the types of answers you are looking for. The top voted answers I fear though are based on popularity and a holy war and really don't address the question asked. I am going to ask that if you see new answers that bring up tabs vs. spaces that you flag for moderator attention. Thank you.
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revised How to work with programmer with different preference of indentation width?
Clarified the question, removed extraneous details.
Jul
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comment How does unit testing work?
@JGEstiot Hi, you don't have the reputation yet to post a comment, but I turned your answer below into a comment for you. Your opinion is valuable but it doesn't actually address the question that was asked so I moved it to comments. For more information on how to use this site, please see the Help Center.
Jul
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answered How to handle a project in git with the same code but different templates?
Jul
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answered Are case-studies an effective way of getting efficiency-focused team members to be willing to trade some efficiency for quality?
Jul
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comment Are case-studies an effective way of getting efficiency-focused team members to be willing to trade some efficiency for quality?
The answer does not necessarily have to directly address the question if the question demonstrates a very clear problem and the answer provides a good faith and quality attempt to provide an answer to the problem. If you think the answer is off base however then feel free to downvote answers you don't like.
Jul
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comment How to store satellite data in C data structures
@ŁukaszZwierko FYI I converted your answer into a comment as it didn't actually answer what the OP was asking for. When you get higher rep you will be able to directly comment on questions.
Jun
30
comment Using open source apps source code under Apache v2
The answer below pretty much states that you must include the original license. It also states that if you modify source you must state so in some form in your distributed project.
Jun
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comment Using open source apps source code under Apache v2
I removed the legal aspects of the question as they are off topic for this site. Questions about software licenses however are on topic if asking for the perspective of a developer and not a lawyer.
Jun
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revised Using open source apps source code under Apache v2
Removing legal aspects of the question
Jun
27
comment JEE MVC, controller calls the interface instead of the interface implementation
@Johnny_v sure you can, you can do whatever you want
Jun
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comment JEE MVC, controller calls the interface instead of the interface implementation
@Johnny_v just some explanation why a variable of the interface is a good idea here. It means you can more easily write a new implementation class and reconfigure it to be injected into your controller. This wouldn't require you to rewrite code in your controller. This concept is called loose coupling.
Jun
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answered JEE MVC, controller calls the interface instead of the interface implementation
Jun
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revised In a functional requirements document, is the Assumptions section dangerous?
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comment Is it common practice to transform requirement specifications into predicate logic for functional programming?
Not sure I agree. The question itself is going to gather opinions so maybe there are problems with the question but the answer I believe actually addresses the question asked. Flowcharts and data flows are an important part of business requirement specifications.
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comment Semantically more appropriate package name than `util` for the following things?
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May
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revised Semantically more appropriate package name than `util` for the following things?
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