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comment Chained ruleset parsing and evaluation code: recommendations?
Why do you need to keep state of and/or nodes?
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comment Does Scrum turn active developers into passive developers?
@Andomar - It's a balance. Each side has it's ideals, assumptions and faults. Ignoring any of these leads to peril.
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answered How can I avoid mistakes using the same variable name again?
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comment Sencha Ext JS run time license
Yes, 5 licenses
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answered Sencha Ext JS run time license
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answered What are some feasible ideas for building a smart-device/console development portfolio?
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answered Why was the Java App store discontinued?
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comment Most recent vs Most used
They don't need to use the product to understand, if you get a hands on technician they will understand the problem. I actually work in this same area, I'm constantly being educated by the users - and not just on the science.
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comment Allocation problem identification
It's worth noting, that nearly all optimisation problems can be dealt with as other types of optimisation problems, hence why you get so many different answers. As Jan Hudec says, it is an allocation problem AND an optimisation problem AND possibly a knapsack, binpacking, etc - depending on how you formulate it.
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answered Most recent vs Most used
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comment Is it best practice to have a file only of “includes/requires”?
Have you considered consolidating the includes into a single file, perhaps as part of your build step? The performance gain can be worth it.
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comment Are there any good use-cases for variable variables?
@YannisRizos - I would respectfully disagree. A variable variable, is exactly that a variable, which is created at the scope of the currectly created code. What you are doing here is calling a method, who's name is defined by a variable. By that logic, any use of a 'variable' to do anything that... 'varies' is a variable variable.