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answered How to map the english dictionary to UNSPSC codes?
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Apr
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answered How can I argue convincingly against duplicating database columns?
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comment Git branch usage
Perhaps you can rename the branch or add a last commit with a comment that this is a 'dead' branch and why you don't continue to use it.
Nov
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comment Can objects constructed from the same class have unique method definitions?
Do you want to extend your answer with modules and extend-method? (Just to show some other ways to extend objects with new methods)?
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Jan
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answered Should I have unit tests for known defects?
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comment what kind of functions and/or classes are impossible to unit test and why
A lot of legacy code in the application and no time for redesign.
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comment Organizing a git repository with several projects sharing code
Did you take a look to [gits submodules}(git-scm.com/book/en/Git-Tools-Submodules)? You could create a big project, the shared code and all projects buils there own submodules. (I'm not familiar with submodules, so I can't give you a real answer).
May
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comment Does domain specific languages use other programming languages?
Ruby is sometimes used to build DSL. See jroller.com/rolsen/entry/building_a_dsl_in_ruby or stackoverflow.com/questions/4936146/…
Apr
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revised What's the formal name of this diagram?
link to example
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answered What's the formal name of this diagram?
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comment git: having separate folder for development, why?
Your project folder is a separate area, not where you're serving your files from (that's github).
Jan
27
answered Name for a tree where nodes hold a reference to their parent as well as their children