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comment MVC: Does the Controller break the Single Responsibility Principle?
Just as an added note. If you have controller.makeBreakfast() and controller.wakeUpFamily() then that controller would be breaking SRP, but not because it's a controller, just because it has more than one responsibility.
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comment MVC: Does the Controller break the Single Responsibility Principle?
"a reason to change" does not mean "code that changes". If you make seven typos in your variable names for the class, does that class now have 7 responsibilities? No. If you have more than one variable or more than one function, you also might still have only a single responsibility.
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comment What pitfalls are inherent in using partial classes?
can't you just overload the constructor?
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asked What pitfalls are inherent in using partial classes?
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comment Is there a case study that convincingly demonstrates that clean code improved development?
Good analogy, are there any studies out there that say a clean workplace or home improves productivity?
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answered Does unit testing lead to premature generalization (specifically in the context of C++)?
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comment Real performance of node.js
If true, a link would be useful.
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revised Differences between programming in school vs programming in industry?
more accurate title description.
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answered Beginner's guide to writing comments?
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comment Differences between programming in school vs programming in industry?
This is basically what I was going to answer. In school you know the problem and you know the solution. In the "real world" you rarely know the solution, and often don't even know the real problem.
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