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Apr
29
comment Why do some open source projects do not accept pull requests, but emailing patch files only
"writing long lines that you have not a f*cking clue how long they are." Well that seems solved already, now it warns you quite stringently of too-long first line, and has two separate text boxes for short and detailed message.
Apr
18
comment How to deal with well-meaning open-source contributors?
Excuse my ignorance, but is there a difference between a Patch and a Pull Request?
Mar
17
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
12
awarded  Nice Question
Dec
16
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
15
comment Choosing between Dependency Inversion and Dependency “Delegation” to a third module
Nice! So do you thing it is correct to say that ThunderDome module, using a Master class, could also inject the Blaster dependency into it? And what would be a sensible way for the ThunderDome module to get/create an instance of Blaster in the first place? Mind that am not currently using any dependency injection / IoC framework, and don't plan to do so unless unavoidable.
Dec
15
revised Choosing between Dependency Inversion and Dependency “Delegation” to a third module
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Dec
15
asked Choosing between Dependency Inversion and Dependency “Delegation” to a third module
Dec
15
revised What question is answered by DDD?
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Dec
14
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Dec
14
answered What question is answered by DDD?
Nov
17
comment How to write unit tests for an application that mostly performs “hard to test” actions?
For the record: I have read the duplicates, and I agree: 1) they are duplicates; 2) anyone interested in this question of mine can find the answers there.
Nov
17
comment How to write unit tests for an application that mostly performs “hard to test” actions?
@BЈовић I want to test EVERY of the items, including DSP, but I don't know how - that's why I asked the question.
Nov
17
asked How to write unit tests for an application that mostly performs “hard to test” actions?
Aug
13
comment Simplifying Some Probabilistic If-Then Spaghetti Code
Should ou really be calling for a different random each time (as in the four first calls to random(20))? Or should you actually create a single random number, and sequentially test if it is larger than 2, then 5, 14 and 18?
Aug
13
comment Excessive LINQ chaining - Is it considered a code smell, and why?
@MichaelT thank you for your elaboration, it's a lot clearer to me now!
Aug
12
comment Excessive LINQ chaining - Is it considered a code smell, and why?
@RobertHarvey Excuse me, but I'm confused... The Law of Demeter is not an anti-pattern, it's a principle, isn't it? And I fail to see how a Train Wreck is not a violation of that law...
Aug
12
comment Is code like this a “train wreck” (in violation of Law of Demeter)?
That's the same suggested here: c2.com/cgi/wiki?TrainWreck "Create a method which represents the desired behavior and tells the client what to do. This follows the "tell, don't ask" principle. "
Aug
12
comment Excessive LINQ chaining - Is it considered a code smell, and why?
@RobertHarvey Well, some call it so... "The train wreck anti pattern occurs..." c2.com/cgi/wiki?TrainWreck
Aug
12
comment Excessive LINQ chaining - Is it considered a code smell, and why?
@outis Interesting! Since I posted the question in quest for a "well known name" for this smell / anti-pattern, would you say that "train wreck" is known enough that searching for it would guide me to what I need to know to solve it? Because if the answer is "yes", then you could put it as an answer (unless you can't do so because of the duplication issue).