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comment Should performance tests be instrumented by build tools?
for me, performance characteristics are part of an application's interface definition (and, as such, definitely belong in the integration tests category)
Mar
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comment How do I evaluate if an Orchestration is the appropriate design pattern for a given problem?
@Telastyn is that what normally is meant by orchestration then? just a fancy name for abstraction? i'd love a reference - debunking the idea that this is a pattern/anti-pattern would be extremely useful.
Mar
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comment How do I evaluate if an Orchestration is the appropriate design pattern for a given problem?
@Ӎσᶎ I am specifically looking for either a formal definition of the pattern/anti-pattern structure, or general rules of thumb based on professional experience. If that's unclear, i welcome edits to the question :) (and if that's not appropriate to this site, then i welcome recommendations for other stack exchange sites to use, or to not use any at all)
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revised How do I evaluate if an Orchestration is the appropriate design pattern for a given problem?
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answered Communicating with Vendors
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asked How do I evaluate if an Orchestration is the appropriate design pattern for a given problem?
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answered avoiding hard coding of knowledge of algorithm in tests?
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comment Has anyone collated a comprehensive list of all the prototype-programming style javascript work?
@Elias Javascript's "prototype" isn't "prototype-programming" - please read the linked wikipedia article for details ;) in retrospect, maybe i should have said "classless" or "instance-based", to avoid exactly this kind of error
Mar
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comment How to bill a client for frequently-interrupted time
most people think of this in terms of economics - how much money is this going to make me. that's, i think, a mistake - the question isn't how much money you'll make, but how happy you'll be making it. it's very rare to find that you're awesome at 20% of your work (and not so awesome at the rest), and also hate the 20% you're awesome at. this is a system for making sure that you're spending most of your time, doing the things you really like doing (and, as a side effect, making the most money possible at the same time)
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accepted SQL Query syntax - formatting?
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asked SQL Query syntax - formatting?
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answered Is it ethical to use personal code at work?
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comment Where to look for challenging jobs with a relaxed atmosphere?
The situation has changed, somewhat, over the past two years; a few startups with 75% time employees have made, and caused some waves. So I would now say "slightly less than exceedingly rare".
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