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revised What is Visual Studio Lightswitch and how does it differ from normal Visual Studio versions?
Updated urls, since some has changed.
Mar
27
comment Using static methods in layered architecture
What examples do you see static is serving safely in DAL (maybe other than parameters or connection strings)? Consider thread safety, see: stackoverflow.com/questions/6941181/…
Mar
16
comment Data Flow Diagrams _ context diagrams
Don't mix DFD usage with Process Flow Diagram usage.
Mar
14
reviewed No Action Needed Class diagrams and frames
Mar
14
reviewed Reviewed Partial Code Copy from another Open Sourced Library
Mar
14
revised Partial Code Copy from another Open Sourced Library
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Mar
14
reviewed No Action Needed Why did BASIC use line numbers?
Mar
12
comment Event-driven programming: when is it worth it?
I specially like the fact that you mentioned that firing events when data is changed is not trivial.
Mar
6
comment Database searching for string across different tables
Did you see: programmingzen.com/2011/07/19/…
Feb
12
comment Find all paths in a tree type of structure
This is related to the topic of "Tree Traversal" - Many well written examples are all over the net. See for example:en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tree_traversal
Feb
11
comment Is denormalising a data structure essentially a code optimisation, to which the normal rules apply?
Denormalization is great sometimes (e.g. fact and dimension star) as long as it is justified and put under control.
Feb
11
revised Is denormalising a data structure essentially a code optimisation, to which the normal rules apply?
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Feb
11
answered Is denormalising a data structure essentially a code optimisation, to which the normal rules apply?
Feb
6
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Feb
6
reviewed No Action Needed AGPL affects layout/design?
Feb
4
comment DDD CQRS - per-query and per-command authorization
Each transaction could have execution policy. Each user should belong to one ore more groups, each group would have an access profile specifying which transactions are allowed. At run-time, before executing a transaction, the policy is checked against the aggregated profiles for the executing user. Of course, this is easier said than done.
Jan
18
comment How can I sell DRY?
If the project is in product and working, don't touch it. Otherwise, provide a simple example showing the real (not the theoretical) benefit of making your change. Change only when there is a real need for the change. This is my opinion.
Jan
7
comment .net Windows app in a web page
I don't get the relationship between MS Outlook and the web page you are talking about, however, using ActiveX is something you should avoid at all costs.
Dec
29
comment Force instance method to using only public memebrs
You can't access private members of ThisClass from DoSomething because DoSomething is static (not sure why you do this), it can't depend on an instance.
Dec
29
comment Force instance method to using only public memebrs
By default, a method has access to data declared within it. Such data need not be static. Such data need not be passed as arguments. No need to pass 'this' or create static methods within a non-static class.