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Oct
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answered How to avoid long call chains?
Sep
10
answered Could the creation of many methods in Java affect performance?
Aug
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Jul
21
answered Is it useful to keep 'definition' entities in a database vs using an enum?
Jun
24
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
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revised Is it an antipattern, modifying an incoming parameter?
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Jun
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answered Is it an antipattern, modifying an incoming parameter?
Jun
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answered Algorithm to reduce calls to mapping API
May
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answered Clean way to use mutable implementation of Immutable interfaces for encapsulation
May
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answered static set and non-static get method
Apr
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comment Singleton: Why is a global point of access bad?
When you are looking at source of place where it is used, its clear that it is used. But when looking at only what is seen from outside, you don't see it. This can be said about any function call, but singletons/global data usually represents something you'd like to know that it is used. Some other approaches (lookup, field injection) has same disadvantage, some like constructor injections have their own problems.
Apr
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answered Singleton: Why is a global point of access bad?
Apr
9
answered Is it fine to reuse a class instance?
Jan
14
answered Which layer should order the columns shown to the user when using MVC?
Jan
14
answered J2EE - Session swap
Jan
7
answered Should I use JavaFx properties?
Aug
9
comment Do I need IDs in my database if the records could be identified by the date?
And there is the little funny fact that where there is such unique identifier, police (etc.) sometimes use duplicits for their fake IDs. And when it is not intentional, clerical error will ensure duplicities anyway.
Aug
5
answered Are there legitimate reasons for returning exception objects instead of throwing them?
Aug
5
awarded  Yearling
May
24
answered Designing a SQL-like encapsulation object for programmatic use