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Jul
24
answered Multiple many to many relations or one option table?
Mar
12
comment Is static universally “evil” for unit testing and if so why does resharper recommend it?
Not relevant to the question.
Aug
21
comment Calculate transfer time while accounting for loss of conductivity and speed over circuits
Do you have any idea how much signal propagation in copper is affected by temperature? You need to find figures on this first. I suspect you will discover the affect is so small (in the temperature range you're asking about) that it is entirely negligible.
Aug
13
comment What is beautiful code?
@Jubbat: I agree that efficiency is usually a secondary concern, but I still think it factors into the beauty equation.
Aug
12
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Aug
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Aug
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Aug
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answered What is beautiful code?
Jun
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Jan
16
revised Why do so many programmers absolutely hate object prevalence layers?
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Jan
16
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Dec
16
comment Best design for Windows forms that will share common functionality
@JonathanHenson: answer updated.
Dec
16
revised Best design for Windows forms that will share common functionality
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Dec
15
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Dec
15
comment Best design for Windows forms that will share common functionality
I do remember thinking this was quite a good intro: codebetter.com/jeremymiller/2007/05/22/…
Dec
15
answered Best design for Windows forms that will share common functionality
Dec
15
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Dec
15
comment Why does shared state degrade performance?
Profiling is unlikely to answer this question unless you're profiling the CLR and possibly the windows kernel (not an easy task for the average programmer).
Dec
15
comment Techniques to re-factor garbage and maintain sanity?
@PéterTörök. Fair enough. I've read Joel's article and don't agree that you should "never" rewrite from scratch, nor that it's the "single worst strategic mistake a software company can make". In fact such sensational statements are almost always untrue, but legions of gullible readers will continue to think that anything written on a popular blog must be gospel. Each to his own.