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comment How much lines of code does a programmer write per day?
The best (master branch) commit I ever saw deleted about 2500 lines of code net. The replacement code was more functional, extensible, and readable. Go figure.
Jan
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awarded  Necromancer
Dec
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revised Best practice in helper/util methods: IoC container or static methods?
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Dec
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comment Best practice in helper/util methods: IoC container or static methods?
Er, no, that's not what it means. 100% faster means twice as fast; two times faster means twice as fast; one times faster means once as fast.
Dec
6
comment Best practice in helper/util methods: IoC container or static methods?
One times faster? So they are the same speed? Go with method 2.
Oct
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awarded  Custodian
Oct
9
reviewed Reject What is the job title hierarchy amongst software engineers?
Sep
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reviewed Approve Why are the sizes of programs so large?
Sep
19
awarded  Yearling
Sep
11
comment Advantages of using .dll files over linking .cs files to projects (for my own generic helper classes / extension methods)
@Bartosz : You do now. :-)
Jul
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awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
7
comment Post-mortem of a project
And premortems are even better. hbr.org/2007/09/performing-a-project-premortem freakonomics.com/2014/06/04/…
Mar
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reviewed Approve Can you change a license once you pick one?
Mar
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reviewed Approve Can someone relicense my code, then sue me for distributing it?
Feb
23
comment My value checker function needs to return both a boolean and a message
I'm not sure I like the value checker keeping state, without having a way to see the last value checked.
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awarded  Revival
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awarded  Yearling
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comment I know JavaScript really well, but i bomb coding interviews
Try Project Euler for some samples.
May
23
reviewed Approve How do I prove or disprove “god” objects are wrong?
Apr
23
comment Term for accidental features
Any feedback on the downvote? Just wondering.