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answered Moving from a traditional waterfall methodology to an agile one
Apr
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comment Do I need to upgrade log4j to slf4j
@Jose: what do you gonna do, leave it as is or refactor?
Apr
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comment Do I need to upgrade log4j to slf4j
I wouldn't vote this down. Martin could be right. If Jose has some finished product (not a library, see my answer) he should just leave it as is and spend time somewhere else...
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answered Do I need to upgrade log4j to slf4j
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Apr
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comment Languages and frameworks to build REST services
I know there is no need, but you save some time and work when you can use the same classes and routines on client and server. You don't have to rewrite all the shared stuff and, if you are the only developer in the project, don't have to switch between languages all the time.
Apr
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answered Languages and frameworks to build REST services
Apr
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comment Thinking of simultaneously coding the same project in two languages. Good Idea?
Well, than you could do it once more in the first language and once again in the second. It will be easier and faster every time, that's for sure...
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comment What do you do when you have to work on a project using a language that you hate?
That should only be a valid choice if nobody else works (or will work) on the project in the "normal" language, because the cross-compiled stuff looks terrible. Secondly you only want to do this for fun and with a lot of time on your hands. If you just in to complete a four weeks project, there is no room to write a compiler first.
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comment One language to rule them all? (Them being platforms.)
You suggest to write a Windows, Linux, Android & iPhone application in pure C?