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Aug
9
comment Factory Design pattern in languages with class types
Thanks @Telastyn , it makes sense that we will need to pass around parameters for constructor hence make(c) does not directly map in C# and Java. Can you give an example from any other language, which overcomes this shortcoming and allows to use make(c)? How do they take care of param passing?
Aug
7
asked Factory Design pattern in languages with class types
Apr
8
asked how do live tutorials work e.g http://try.mongodb.org/ and http://try.redis.io/
Feb
20
comment What is special about JDBC that makes it unlikeable for JavaScript
Right, I tend to agree. But I took the quote from the Selenium Architecture document. Did you click on the link?
Feb
20
asked What is special about JDBC that makes it unlikeable for JavaScript
Aug
20
accepted Code ownership: What should I do when a dev leaves or team splits?
Mar
20
comment Code ownership: What should I do when a dev leaves or team splits?
@gnat either of individual or team ownership is suitable. i am not in favor of collective ownership for large projects. Otherwise, no one will be ready to take responsibility of a failure, which means no one will step ahead to fix a uninteresting bug even if they know about it; because they will not assume responsibility.
Mar
20
comment Code ownership: What should I do when a dev leaves or team splits?
How about maintaining this information outside the code? i.e., for each employee (or pair of employee) a list of classes, documents, sites and production hardware (if he was maintaining). And when he leaves, we exactly know what we need to transfer.
Mar
17
comment Code ownership: What should I do when a dev leaves or team splits?
I agree with all of above and its benefits, but how do you track it? Every time some help is needed for a component owned by another team 'asking around for the owner' cannot be the solution. Moving up the management chain and then reaching the team lead to get hold of the appropriate engineer is not a scalable solution.
Mar
17
comment Code ownership: What should I do when a dev leaves or team splits?
Assume that it is a software company
Mar
16
awarded  Scholar
Mar
16
accepted How to deal with the trail of bugs?
Mar
16
asked Code ownership: What should I do when a dev leaves or team splits?
Jan
25
awarded  Supporter
Jan
25
comment How to deal with the trail of bugs?
Thanks Timo, Filip. I glanced our some bugs and I found that we compare ROI from the bug and a feature which can be done in same time. and we ask questions: e.g., is there a workaround? Having said that, this discussion has reinforced some good patterns in my brain.
Jan
19
awarded  Student
Jan
19
asked How to deal with the trail of bugs?