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answered Finding Bugs in Tasks
Dec
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comment TDD and test automation in applications heavily dependent on databases and user input
I think this question is now valid enough to be reopened. I can't vote for it, but those who can could take a look.
Dec
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comment What is the lifecycle for loading a Linux Desktop Environment?
@jduren Answer edited.
Dec
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revised What is the lifecycle for loading a Linux Desktop Environment?
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comment What is the lifecycle for loading a Linux Desktop Environment?
I also heard about the "desktop as a window" concept. But this is beyond my expertise here. I don't know what is happening after your #3.
Dec
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answered What is the lifecycle for loading a Linux Desktop Environment?
Dec
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answered Explanation of computer systems to a completely new programmer
Dec
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answered For a front-end application broken down in a MV* manner, should I have models dedicated to UI logic?
Dec
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comment How deep should we dive into testing different layers
Well, if you have enough confidence in your functional tests, than don't explicitly test the glue.
Dec
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answered How deep should we dive into testing different layers
Nov
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answered Function names - “standardized” prefixes
Nov
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comment Pattern for a class that does only one thing
I would add that if you don't want to initialize (new) your class where you use it (probably you want to use a Factory) you have the option of creating the object somewhere else in you business logic and than pass the parameters directly to the single public method you have. The other option is to use a Factory and have on it a make method which gets the parameters and creates you object with all the params through it's constructor. Than you call your public method without params from wherever you want.
Nov
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answered What is considered third party code?
Nov
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comment What is the way to understand someone else's giant uncommented spaghetti code?
I just want to add that some functional tests and poking around changing little bits and checking the output / result can help a lot.
Nov
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answered Independent contractors posting projects to their portfolio
Nov
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comment How to write good code with new stuff?
Sorry man, this is very wrong. Probably the most important thing in programming is to write code that other people can and will understand, so code size does matter. Comments and reports are the worst way to document code, they are just too simple to ignore on the next change and usually they are lying after the second change to the code. So, no comments, well structured and refactored code, with simple and understandable logic. And of course unit test.
Nov
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revised Where is it permissible to add logging code in a MVC model?
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Nov
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answered Where is it permissible to add logging code in a MVC model?