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Jan
7
comment How accurate is “Business logic should be in a service, not in a model”?
@Aaronaught I wanted to clarify one thing if we have domain objects mapped to db via ORM and there are no business logic in them is this anemic domain model or no ?
Jan
6
comment How accurate is “Business logic should be in a service, not in a model”?
But if we take 100+ line controller (for example that controller accept message - then deserialize JSON object, make validation, apply business rules, save to db , return result object ) and move some logic to one of the that called service method doesn't that help us separately unit test each part of it painlessly ?
Dec
9
comment Contract Based Programming vs Unit Test
I am mostly using assertion in code to check parameters correctness (on null for example) and in unit test additionally check those assertions.
Oct
10
revised Do companies care about university grades when hiring programmers?
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Sep
25
comment How are multiple values returned in Java?
That "Painfully." struck me hard, yes its exactly what I feel as Java developer when I meet similar situations.
Aug
16
comment How much sense does it make for a veteran .Net developer to move to ROR professionally?
Are u sure Java and C# are scripting languages ? :)
Apr
28
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
19
awarded  Caucus
Feb
8
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
5
comment How can I deal with a team member who dislikes making comments in code?
@Kaz I really hope it was Sarcasm cause otherwise its pretty bold statements you wrote...
Sep
30
awarded  Yearling
Jul
9
comment Am I too young to burn out?
If on current job, no one cares how he feels, then topic starter just need to move on and find new job place. Live is too short to spend 8-9 working hours on job where your efforts not appreciated
Jul
9
comment Am I too young to burn out?
As I can see from topic starter its not about the money bonus its about "injustice": 2 peoples worked hard on project that was successful and at the end 1 of them received reward and a acknowledgement, but second person doesn't get anything at all... and it doesn't matter young or old employee this feeling of injustice stuff hits motivation pretty hard
Jun
23
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Jun
12
comment I'm doing 90% maintenance and 10% development, is this normal?
+1 for unit testing. While I totally agree with you about writing unit test which replicates bugs, you need to convince management before writing those test, cause tests could be time consuming
Jun
12
comment I'm doing 90% maintenance and 10% development, is this normal?
@John Nevermore 3k+ lines classes makes me soooo sad :)
Jun
12
comment Generalise variable usage inside code
I just love DRY principle :)
Jun
12
comment I'm doing 90% maintenance and 10% development, is this normal?
Absolutely agree with you about management problem... like I write before 7 support project and 2 new projects sounds like programming hell to me :)
Jun
12
comment I'm doing 90% maintenance and 10% development, is this normal?
Its not same for many fresher, actually I think its bad management to overuse one person so hard (7 support projects and 2 new projects on 1 person ? are you freaking kidding me... ) and dont expect that company can notice your worth, cause some companies just doesn't care about they employers or they just think - if you doesn't talk with then about points you dont like then its okay and you are fully satisfied.
Jun
12
comment I'm doing 90% maintenance and 10% development, is this normal?
As I see major problems here is underpaid salary (this hits motivation real hard) and multitasking - 7 projects to support and 2 new projects to write sounds really awful to me. I suggest you need to discuss both those points with management to find a solution which allow you feels much less exhausted and demotivated.