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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.
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
Sep
11
comment Is there any logical reason to auto-generate code documentation?
+1 "it's for the consumers"
Aug
7
comment Is it bad practice to resolve null arguments to default static variables?
@Telastyn Mmmm, the example is clearly not in C#, I assumed it was a theoretical discussion about a new language. Not familiar with Scala here, so I didn't recognize the code.
Jul
31
comment “Immutable” interfaces
@proskor There is, it is called Determinism. You can say IOperationalInterface is Deterministic.
Jul
25
comment syncing code with repo/backup
Sounds like you need a Source Control Manager? GitHub is a popular option nowadays.
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