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I enjoy object-oriented programming mixin with functional programming.

I expect all my devs to be in accordance with the 'clean code' philosophy (art of software design, art refactoring, art of unit-testing etc...).

Currently, I'm focusing on Scala 'cause it aids to practice functional programming using pretty features and the power of JVM.


Aug
28
comment Good practice to pass this information through URL parameter
Agreed :) Indeed, I forget to mention that my real URL uses the REST format: myapp.com/meetings?me=actual
Aug
28
accepted Good practice to pass this information through URL parameter
Aug
28
comment Good practice to pass this information through URL parameter
You may want to duplicate your comment as an answer, so that I can validate it.
Aug
28
comment Good practice to pass this information through URL parameter
Thanks for the confirmation :)
Aug
28
revised Good practice to pass this information through URL parameter
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Aug
28
asked Good practice to pass this information through URL parameter
Aug
16
accepted Mocking concrete class - Not recommended
Aug
15
awarded  Tumbleweed
Aug
15
awarded  Notable Question
Aug
13
accepted How to ensure the success of processes after a deadlock exception occurs?
Aug
13
comment How to ensure the success of processes after a deadlock exception occurs?
I thought about that :)
Aug
13
asked How to ensure the success of processes after a deadlock exception occurs?
Aug
8
revised Why would I use ElasticSearch if I already use a graph database?
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Aug
8
asked Why would I use ElasticSearch if I already use a graph database?
Jul
12
comment Good way to handle the notification counter like Facebook does
Nice answer. But what if a notification is stored while the datetime stamp about the pull is about to be inserted (traversing the network). Would I lose it? Imagine the update to be: XXh:XXm:XXs:12ms and the notification arrives at XXh:XXm:XXs:11ms.. leading to a lost unread item in the future pull.
Jul
12
accepted Good way to handle the notification counter like Facebook does
Jul
12
revised Good way to handle the notification counter like Facebook does
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Jul
12
asked Good way to handle the notification counter like Facebook does
Jul
2
comment What is a good practice to push notifications in a “near real-time” delay in this case?
@Neil I agree with your point of view. Would you also skip the event listener step (polling database)? Meaning sending to Redis strictly as soon as Bob's comment is persisted? Indeed, in that case, it would be faster but I would have no clue that the notification was successfully sent. The advantage of event store is that I can mark a flag "processed" on the event, ensuring that the notification has well been sent, and can serve for retry otherwise.
Jul
2
awarded  Curious