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revised Is it OK to return HTML from a JSON API?
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comment Adding quirks from an old system to a new system because that's what people are used to - a term for this?
@gnat first two answers are in opposition with almost equal amounts of votes. Down votes are not constructive. If it's the will of the community may I suggest having a moderator close or move the question? Personally I think it's a good question; naming is probably the single hardest problem in programming. Entire books have been dedicated to it.
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answered Adding quirks from an old system to a new system because that's what people are used to - a term for this?
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revised How to Mentor a Junior Developer
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comment Why write clean, refactored code?
The code should be self-documenting, so that gets rid of 1). When you're following Single Responsibility 2) is unnecessary; your methods are so small and concise bracket placement and capitalization cease to matter. 3) makes the most sense but I would still choose the candidate that can write readable code. 4), even though far down on the list is not worth mentioning. See: The Pragmatic Programmer and Clean Code
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comment How important is Domain knowledge vs. Technical knowledge?
Even compilers and vcs have a domain, we might just be more comfortable with it.
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