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I am a currently a Web Developer and hoping to move to low level languages, Game Development and AI Development.

Jan
6
comment How should dependencies be managed across a modular application?
Sooo what's up?
Jan
3
answered How should dependencies be managed across a modular application?
Feb
28
comment How should I structure our common modules to maximize reuse and reduce duplication?
"In my opinion you should not change the code that works." What about refactoring? Of course, it's best to refactor when you need to implement a new feature.
Feb
26
awarded  Caucus
Feb
21
comment Do immutable objects and DDD go together?
Yes that is one way to evaluate if an object is an Entity or Value Object. If you want to discuss and get help with these kinds of issues, the DDD/CQRS group is the place to go. It's very active and helpful with some industry experts pitching in.
Feb
20
awarded  Commentator
Feb
20
comment Do immutable objects and DDD go together?
blog.zilverline.com/2011/02/01/…
Feb
20
awarded  Editor
Feb
20
revised Do immutable objects and DDD go together?
Corrected a spelling mistake
Feb
20
comment Do immutable objects and DDD go together?
@Sudarshan there are things like Currency that could be owned by different Entities and also could be just used for calculations in a Service.
Dec
21
comment Are all security threats triggered by software bugs?
If we exclude all reasons for security issues, except bugs, then yes.
Nov
30
answered Using which technique does facebook and pininterest show images?
Oct
25
answered Should an image be able to resize itself in OOP?
Oct
25
comment Should an image be able to resize itself in OOP?
Seems you are talking about a Image Editing application point of view. Not entirely clear if OP wanted this or not huh?
Oct
25
comment Should an image be able to resize itself in OOP?
Is image manipulation your primary domain?
Oct
25
comment Do immutable objects and DDD go together?
@Sudarshan to answer your question specifically, You just run an update query which updates the row to the new value. If it is one-to-many, then the addresses will have some kind of identifier within the Customer Aggregate Root which will be used to uniquely identify it in the DB. Then this identifier and customer_id will be used to update that row in the 'address' table.
Oct
25
comment Do immutable objects and DDD go together?
@Sudarshan this is just a way to make an 'immutable value object', not really immutable in the database. For performance reasons. Each situation needs to be handled specifically ofcourse. I prefer Event Sourcing for my Domain now, but I am kind of addicted to it.
Aug
30
awarded  Necromancer
Jan
17
comment In PHP, how do you code with scalability in mind?
I will not link specific posts becuase they might be biased, but just do some search on SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) and Distributed Systems. Libraries and guidelines on PHP is lacking on the internet. The easiest way to start is with a Messaging infrastructure and Event Driven Design.
Aug
3
awarded  Teacher