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PhD student in the Programming, Logic and Semantics group at the IT University of Copenhagen.

My primary areas of interest are in concurrency theory and programming language semantics. I've previously worked as a commercial programmer, so I know a little bit about that world too.


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awarded  Scholar
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28
accepted How to determine the right amount of up front design?
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comment How to determine the right amount of up front design?
So you think the best strategy (and the one advocated by the link, as far as I can tell?) is to really eschew up-front thought, and just plan to refactor as problems arise instead?
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awarded  Student
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comment How to determine the right amount of up front design?
Thanks for the edits Karl, I think you've managed to tease out what I was really asking much better than I did :)
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asked How to determine the right amount of up front design?
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awarded  Supporter
Nov
17
comment is there a term for doing this: func1(func2(), func3());
+1, calling this "function composition" is deceptively wrong.
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awarded  Teacher
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awarded  Autobiographer
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answered Why are zero-based arrays the norm?