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Apr
17
comment Architecture: Are form default values considered business logic and where should the logic to calculate them be placed?
@TheCatWhisperer but perhaps what you're hinting at is that default values might even be too complex to be considered presentation logic. In that case whatever component owns providing your presenter with data should be able to coerce the data into what ever format is needed at the UI layer based on its internal business logic.
Apr
17
comment Architecture: Are form default values considered business logic and where should the logic to calculate them be placed?
"It's not hard to pull the initialization logic out into whatever component owns "presenting" your view."
Apr
17
answered Architecture: Are form default values considered business logic and where should the logic to calculate them be placed?
Apr
16
accepted Should a package manager modify your .bashrc file?
Apr
8
revised Which algorithms/data structures should I “recognize” and know by name?
Update to provide references and prose explaining an objective answer approach to answering the OP's question (which is closed as most likely subjective).
Apr
8
comment Which algorithms/data structures should I “recognize” and know by name?
@JamesYoungman the question is actually about how you manage the bag of keys, but I like your insight.
Mar
25
awarded  Guru
Mar
24
awarded  Yearling
Mar
13
comment Is serialization strategy part of an abi?
@delnan the first one (that input and output formats are part of your api). I guessing you don't have any refs off the top of your head though since you responded with a question (;
Mar
13
comment Is serialization strategy part of an abi?
@delnan although I tend to agree with you, do you happen to know if there is any literature that might support this conclusion?
Mar
12
comment Is serialization strategy part of an abi?
I just read the semver page again, it actually says nothing about abi, only api.
Mar
12
asked Is serialization strategy part of an abi?
Feb
4
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
27
comment JUnit3 and JUnit4 in the same project (but different module)?
@Giorgio fair. The impression I'm getting is that there isn't really a precedent to be using actively developed software which is contrary to my initial intuition.
Dec
26
comment JUnit3 and JUnit4 in the same project (but different module)?
And thanks to whomever suggested this question has been answered. I would say the linked question is similar to my situation and along the lines of what I'm actually asking (although obviously using different concrete examples).
Dec
26
comment JUnit3 and JUnit4 in the same project (but different module)?
@Giorgio I mean end of life because JUnit 3 has been superseded by JUnit4. If what you suggest was the case, there would be no JUnit 4.
Dec
26
comment JUnit3 and JUnit4 in the same project (but different module)?
It does work (otherwise I wouldn't be asking) why don't you try it (; The dependencies don't mix because I'm not depending on my test runtime in the other project. I am aware TestNG exists but if you look at GH Junit has in the thousands of stars whereas TestNG has in the hundreds. That's where my perhaps-to-general statement comes from--but that's not the point of the question. End of life means it's not being developed anymore. I'm asking if that's smart/reliable and what the potential issues might be to people who may have traveled this road.
Dec
25
answered Why does the new ADT create a static inner class Fragment by default?
Dec
25
asked JUnit3 and JUnit4 in the same project (but different module)?
Jul
2
awarded  Curious