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Apr
23
answered OOP design problem. Two kinds of empty Optional
Mar
28
revised Logging multiple objects for various reasons, then grouping by that reason
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Mar
28
answered Logging multiple objects for various reasons, then grouping by that reason
Feb
16
comment Naming: objectAction or actionObject?
@StephanBijzitter I didn't say anything about the object type, but what it seems to represent. I am just comparing the options given by the op, and I also agree that in most situations action(object) would be a better choice. As all the naming is highly subjective to each context, hence the question was closed
Feb
16
revised Naming: objectAction or actionObject?
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Aug
17
comment Front-end structure of large scale Django project
One problem with your proposal is that if you have many modules and decide to update jQuery or AngularJS, you will have to do it in the global. You will have to guarantee that none of the modules get broke, if you got 50 modules, that can be a impossible task by the time can force you to keep the libraries deprecated in all of your modules.
Aug
13
revised Calendar/Planning algorithm
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Aug
13
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Aug
13
revised Calendar/Planning algorithm
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Aug
13
answered Calendar/Planning algorithm
Jun
1
answered How large is ok for a Class?
Mar
4
revised How to organize predefined queries with Entity Framework?
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Mar
3
comment How to organize predefined queries with Entity Framework?
@mortalapeman If you prefer you can have the code that creates the query agregator directly in your DataContext
Mar
3
comment How to organize predefined queries with Entity Framework?
I can have a MarketdataContextExtensions class, that I would create in it's own file with the corresponding partial class for ContextQueryExtension on top of it. But you can create one file for the ContextQueryExtensions alone, and place all the Extension methods there.
Mar
3
answered How to organize predefined queries with Entity Framework?
Feb
6
revised Trying to process partial POST of data in REST when some data is successful?
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Feb
6
revised Trying to process partial POST of data in REST when some data is successful?
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Feb
6
comment Trying to process partial POST of data in REST when some data is successful?
I disagree about the 4xx, it is for client errors, per the description of the OP, is appear to be a problems with the server proccess. Maybe it would be more indicated to use a "207 Multi-Status"
Feb
5
comment Trying to process partial POST of data in REST when some data is successful?
I just edited the answer
Feb
5
revised Trying to process partial POST of data in REST when some data is successful?
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