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comment Company wants to write custom project management tool, rather than use third party product
Drawn back here after 4 years more industry experience by an upvote notification on my answer. I see some red flags in the question that I didn't before. It's perhaps too late for this situation, but for posterity, here they are: (1) A developer who says he "can't be bothered", (2) A developer who doesn't have confidence in his team to build even a simple application to be relatively polished and free of significant bugs (and this is a shop that accepts contract work?), (3) The one everyone picked up on already, dictatorial management.
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reviewed Approve Can we technically un-blur images?
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comment Can we technically un-blur images?
Interesting, I wasn't aware they had a video demo of it. For what it's worth, the mathematical technique has been around longer than Adobe has :)
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revised Can we technically un-blur images?
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comment Can we technically un-blur images?
You're right, thanks. Updating the links.
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revised Using lookahead assertions in regular expressions
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revised Java - multirow array
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comment Standard way of allowing general XML data
This is interesting, but I'd like to avoid having to write custom validation for this scale of a project.
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answered Java - multirow array
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asked Standard way of allowing general XML data
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comment How do you maintain focus when a particular aspect of programming takes 10+ seconds to complete?
I've had the same issues in the past, and I've found that getting into work at a reasonable hour (8:30) combined with exercise in the morning gives me the best chance of staying focused throughout the day.
Apr
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comment Strategies for avoiding SQL in your Controllers… or how many methods should I have in my Models?
I'm going through this same problem right now in a non-MVC project. The question keeps coming up of should the data access layer abstract out every stored procedure, and leave the business logic layer database agnostic, or should the data access layer be generic, at the cost of the business layer knowing something about the underlying database? Perhaps an intermediate solution is to have something like ExecuteSP(string spName, params object[] parameters), then include all of the SP names in a config file for the business layer to read. I don't really have a very good answer to this, though.