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Dec
11
reviewed Close Develop GUI and logic in a team the right way?
Dec
11
reviewed Leave Open Should the async update-server be on the same physical server as the website?
Dec
11
reviewed Leave Open Scrum: Is it ok for the design/UX of user story to occur in the same sprint as implementation
Dec
11
reviewed Close Does a licence exist where forking forces the developer to resell it when developer want to redistribute?
Dec
11
comment Does a licence exist where forking forces the developer to resell it when developer want to redistribute?
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about how to create a desired type of software license
Nov
21
comment Why is PHP so hated?
@Herrk I actual did talk to Yannis some time ago, asking a very similar question, in the whiteboard. chat.stackexchange.com/transcript/message/4302018#4302018 (keep reading a bit if you are interested, there is other discussion in between).
Oct
30
answered Class template specialization for implementing Automata
Oct
18
comment How to avoid module dependency chain nightmare caused by transitive dependencies?
Off hand, transitive dependencies aren't some weird artifact introduced by a weird implementation, there really are dependencies and they really are transitive. They are also common in programming. I'm not sure why it's confusing or a nightmare. Maybe you could elaborate on why this is something to be concerned about?
Oct
18
revised How to avoid module dependency chain nightmare caused by transitive dependencies?
Removed call for optinion/discussion, which is off topic, and thus the call is likely to attract close votes.
Oct
17
answered How can I mock this architecture?
Oct
17
comment How to perform deferred tasks in backend
I don't think it's clear what your problem actually is. If you only consider them to have gold status if expiration Date>= now then there is no moment you need to "remove" it. So what exactly is the problem that remains?
Oct
17
comment How to perform deferred tasks in backend
Whenever you check the status check the expiration date too?
Oct
9
comment Static and not-static: programmer quantum theory
Is using $this not a "clear and unambiguous mode"? What is the problem you want solved?
Oct
8
comment Why is reading from memory not a side-effect but reading from a file is?
If someone wanted to implement a version of Haskell that did its own memory paging but kept the same public semantics then it would be side effect free (technically the files would have last access time modified and such, but that would not be exposed to the programmer directly) for the purpose of writing programs. The implementation of pure functional languages may, and do, have side effects. If as a programmer you are accessing a file at the level of the program itself you are dealing with a concept, files, that conceptually includes side effects.
Oct
2
comment FizzBuzz on Large Scale
@Doval - I think he did FizzBuzz with a switch statement.
Oct
1
answered Why implement a lexer as a 2d array and a giant switch?
Sep
23
reviewed Leave Open Can I create a type, typedef or using statement that results in a different type if instantiated a second time or more?
Sep
23
reviewed Close Is there a way to sort code properly into regions dividing methods and events?
Sep
23
reviewed Leave Open Git collaboration with pull request in a company
Sep
23
revised Git collaboration with pull request in a company
Removed polling question that was attracting close votes, but wasn't necessary for the real question.