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Mar
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awarded  Notable Question
Aug
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Scholar
May
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accepted Is there any reason not to use Optional as a method argument in the case where you know the argument is something that may or may not be needed?
May
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asked Is there any reason not to use Optional as a method argument in the case where you know the argument is something that may or may not be needed?
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Jun
22
comment What are some good, simple examples for queues?
IMO, the easiest examples are the ones we encounter in life. A 'line' example is a great representation of a queue and should help your students learn. In fact, when I think of queue's and how their operations are defined, I often think of the 'line' example to help me visual it better.
Jun
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awarded  Student
Apr
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comment How do you maintain focus when a particular aspect of programming takes 10+ seconds to complete?
Can't help but link xkcd.com/303
Jan
13
comment How to avoid “DO YOU HAZ TEH CODEZ” situations?
IMO, it's the best option. It leaves a paper trail, as well as forcing him to actually think and write before just blurting out things.
Nov
9
comment How to protect source code from remote developers?
This answers Well. Use something to protect against damage(Source Control), and then something to protect against theft(NDA).
Sep
7
comment Writing documentation for well understood methods like equals in Java
Your last statement is the best reason for documenting it yourself. Explain what it's doing. Sure equal() might compare every element in the class, or you may want it to just compare all the string fields, or something else.
Jul
26
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