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Nov
29
comment How do you disarm a cowboy coder?
@Rig Now that's a good question!
Feb
10
awarded  Critic
Jan
10
comment Data architecture for event log metrics?
That sounds like a great solution, quite similar with what we are doing as well.
Sep
20
comment Data architecture for event log metrics?
Are there concerns with the volume of logging the OP mentioned and doing filtering + aggregating as they come in? It seems like it might be a dangerous bottleneck if the log volume is high and/or aggregation is non trivial.
Sep
20
comment Data architecture for event log metrics?
Log files should be rotated on size or length. I don't think the last concern would be an issue then.
Sep
20
comment Data architecture for event log metrics?
Any luck on this project?
Sep
17
answered Data architecture for event log metrics?
Sep
14
revised Resources for popular domain models
Clarifying differences in systems.
Sep
14
answered Resources for popular domain models
Sep
13
comment Data classes: getters and setters or different method design
Sure thing! +1 to @Jimmy Hoffa for an interesting take on the problem.
Sep
13
revised Data classes: getters and setters or different method design
Added clarification of construction, immutability, and configuration.
Sep
13
awarded  Commentator
Sep
13
comment Data classes: getters and setters or different method design
Sure buddy, no problem. I'll update my answer to address construction and configuration.
Sep
13
comment When should you use a private/inner class?
I'll +1 you @kevin. At least you're providing a helpful lead to someone whom it might concern. Certainly not worth taxing your reputation with a down vote.
Sep
13
comment When should you use a private/inner class?
@Simon Thanks. It is dissapointing because of the poor communication quality it exhibits. Maybe it is a little too easy to be "strict" behind the anonymous veil of the web? Oh well nothing new I guess. Thanks again for the positive feedback.
Sep
12
comment Data classes: getters and setters or different method design
True. I suggested this in the answer above. However an object with data usually does something with the data, by [Information Expert](en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GRASP_(object-oriented_design).
Sep
11
revised When should you use a private/inner class?
Tried to clarify my previous answer and make it more concise.
Sep
11
comment When should you use a private/inner class?
Indeed. I thought it was obvious by mine and the other answers (hiding implementation details, increased levels of encapsulation, etc) but I'll try to clarify some. Thanks @Simon.
Sep
11
comment When should you use a private/inner class?
Any constructive feedback on the -1?
Sep
11
revised Data classes: getters and setters or different method design
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