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comment How can I make refactoring a priority for my team?
This article is very apt: blog.objectmentor.com/articles/2009/01/09/…
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answered Teaching kids to program - how to teach syntax?
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comment What are the practical ways to implement the SRP?
Building from scratch start with the simplest (everything in one class) and refactor when things become complex. Evolutionary not BDUF is the key to good design.
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comment What are the practical ways to implement the SRP?
I'm just saying SRP depends on the code itself you shouldn't apply it dogmatically.
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comment What are the practical ways to implement the SRP?
Updated. SRP depends on context, if you posted an entire class (in a separate question) it would be easier to explain.
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answered Sporadic unittests or TDD?
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comment Are fluent interfaces more flexible than attributes and why?
@Tjaart I'd say use attributes if you need mutable fields and refactor construction duplication to a fluent interface (the Builder pattern).
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answered What are the practical ways to implement the SRP?
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comment Are fluent interfaces more flexible than attributes and why?
@ElYusubov you could have two properties that need to be exactly the same except for the length so I pass them into a function that sets them up dynamically. This is why the author called them more flexible.
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comment Pair Programming and ISO 27001
Why do you need to have pairing accounts? Wouldn't it work to keep individual accounts you can log into on any machine?
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comment How not to forget new and interesting information
+1 Use it or lose it.