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May
13
comment Should you throw an exception if a method's input values are out of range?
If the language supports it (ie: c#), you can use uint
Oct
1
comment How to gracefully handle unsupported browsers?
Similar question on UX: ux.stackexchange.com/questions/29449/…
Sep
9
comment scripting support in a C# application
+1 for Python, by far the easiest way
Sep
6
comment Are there presently any standardized “grammar” rules for HTML & CSS?
I don't think it should be moved to UX (there's about USER experience), not code conventions. Maybe webmasters...
Aug
7
comment How to keep my Activity code readable and maintainable?
You should have a look at [AndroidAnnotations][github.com/excilys/androidannotations]. It helps remove big part of the plumbing code
Jul
30
comment How to create better OO code in a relational database driven application where the database is poorly designed
Is correcting the database design an option?
May
17
comment Re-architecting a classic inheritance design
+1 for the decorators
Mar
6
comment Storing in-text metadata in a discrete data structure
I mean, the previous answer mention by the OP in the question
Jan
24
comment I've been told that Exceptions should only be used in exceptional cases. How do I know if my case is exceptional?
-1 Yep, there are two concerns, but this does not answer the question "How do I know if my case is exceptional?"
Dec
27
comment How to properly include field validation in a Software Documenation
There is no structured way, or machine code for auto-extracting it all indeed
Dec
27
comment How to properly include field validation in a Software Documenation
Hi Doc, I think you misunderstood my problem, my issue is not extract the rules, but instead organize all of it in a new document, in a way it won't get repetitive and cumbersome to write and read
Dec
26
comment How to properly include field validation in a Software Documenation
@Doc Brown expect it is clearer now
Oct
19
comment Creating a layer of abstraction over the ORM layer
Interesting related post: ayende.com/blog/3955/repository-is-the-new-singleton
Nov
12
comment Aging vs. Coding Skills
A did not say most older programmers are so bad they have to quit, it is just what happened in the companies I worked, and the cases I saw. I have not so much job-time to say it is a pattern. By old a meant more than 55, I think.