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location My standing desk
age 25
visits member for 2 years, 11 months
seen Jan 13 at 21:45

I am passionate about rapidly and continually delivering stable, user-friendly software.

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The birthdate I entered is farcical, as I prefer not to identify myself in any way publicly online, but the age is in the ballpark.


Jan
12
comment How to determine if a message should be a command message or event message?
Lee, thanks, that's helpful; in fact, I suggest you edit content from your comment into your answer, including a link to the Poole articles (which I'm not sure that I've read).
Jan
7
comment How to determine if a message should be a command message or event message?
Lee, thanks for your answer, but I do understand the theory behind the definition of each. My question is how to apply this in real life---when to notify that something has happened, which often results in something being done, and when to request that something be done.
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
19
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
10
comment What does it mean for a sorting algorithm to be “stable”?
On the other hand, I just saw this and learned something new. If I had known that I didn't know this then I could have researched it but because the OP asked the question I now know what I didn't know that I didn't know.
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
16
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
11
accepted Use a custom value object or a Guid as an entity identifier in a distributed system?
May
21
comment Use a custom value object or a Guid as an entity identifier in a distributed system?
@JTrana yeah, that's what I'm thinking.
May
20
revised Use a custom value object or a Guid as an entity identifier in a distributed system?
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May
15
asked Use a custom value object or a Guid as an entity identifier in a distributed system?
Apr
3
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
25
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
21
comment Do RESTful APIs tend to encourage anemic domain models?
Good points---this really brings some fresh perspective that other answers didn't have yet.
Mar
11
revised How to decouple simple factory and default implementation?
Code formatting
Mar
11
reviewed Reviewed How to decouple simple factory and default implementation?
Mar
11
suggested approved edit on How to decouple simple factory and default implementation?
Mar
11
reviewed Reviewed How to decouple simple factory and default implementation?
Mar
5
accepted How to get better understanding of the users as a programmer
Mar
4
comment How to get better understanding of the users as a programmer
@MichaelT Agreed. The users are not the problem. The problem is that the company structure obscures them from our view.