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Test Infected, Agile Methodology oriented developer. Developing in Java, C#, C++, and Python. (I'll even admit to VB6 in my past as well.)


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comment Stack and Heap memory in Java
@SteveHaigh: on this site, everyone is way too concerned about whether something belongs here... I wonder what mindshare this site is really getting with all the nit-pickiness about whether questions belong here or not.
Dec
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comment Best practices for using namespaces in C++
I think my only critique of the question would be, instead of asking multiple questions at the end, try to summarize it into one single question, e.g. "what should be the criteria to determine whether items should be in the same namespace or different namespaces?".
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comment Best practices for using namespaces in C++
Another example of a good, and real-world developer question closed. If this isn't the stackexchange site to ask about developer best practices, what is?
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accepted Suggestions for connecting .NET WPF GUI with Java SE Server
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comment Representing and executing simple rules - framework or custom?
I think custom will probably suit your needs best. Just keep the scope focused, and create a good base design so that you can easily keep extending it and making it more sophisticated. By the way, the dragons who run this site have decided your question was not worth asking here. Just want you to know, I strongly disagree with the attitude of those guys - they are way off base in my opinion.
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comment log4cxx: is it a stable option to include as part of distributed library?
I noticed this question was closed. This site is WAY TOO harsh and opinionated as to what is suitable. Where can you go to ask advice about this type of question? Certainly not here, which is why I posted on SO. (I've given up on this site, and find no good reason to post here.) Get a grip guys!
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answered Representing and executing simple rules - framework or custom?
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comment log4cxx: is it a stable option to include as part of distributed library?
Are you using any logging framework consistently?
Jul
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comment log4cxx: is it a stable option to include as part of distributed library?
Are you using any logging framework consistently?
Jul
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comment log4cxx: is it a stable option to include as part of distributed library?
I don't mind evaluating the libraries. But for logging, which is really a secondary utility, I was hoping that there would be a developer consensus which had coalesced around one particular framework. (In Google searches, I didn't see a lot of discussion around logging in C++, and least not as much as compared to Java).
Jul
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comment log4cxx: is it a stable option to include as part of distributed library?
That's good to know! (I have been using boost 1.46, so it wasn't part of my installed version.)
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asked log4cxx: is it a stable option to include as part of distributed library?