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asked How do I explain the value of refactoring to stakeholders?
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accepted Should business services cross bounded contexts?
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comment Forbidding or controlling “Hidden IT…” Who should write and maintain ad-hoc software applications?
I must add that measures have been taken to expand the IT department to meet these needs.
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revised Forbidding or controlling “Hidden IT…” Who should write and maintain ad-hoc software applications?
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answered What is the way to understand someone else's giant uncommented spaghetti code?
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answered Forbidding or controlling “Hidden IT…” Who should write and maintain ad-hoc software applications?
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answered Does a programmer really need college?
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asked Should business services cross bounded contexts?
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comment What can go wrong if the Liskov substitution principle is violated?
As the author of that original question, I have to add that it was quite an academic question. Although violations can cause errors in code, I have never had a serious bug or maintenance issue that I can put down to a violation of LSP.
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comment Is this a violation of the Liskov Substitution Principle?
I use c# which I don't think has this possibility, but I know Java does.
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accepted Is this a violation of the Liskov Substitution Principle?