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Mar
16
comment Evaluating productivity differences in different work stations
@MikeBrown Too bad. Perhaps your comment can convince mods otherwise?
Mar
16
comment Evaluating productivity differences in different work stations
@JeffO Trial and error is probably the best option.
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Mar
16
comment Evaluating productivity differences in different work stations
@gnat I don't think that fits. The question here is effectively about deciding whether to work in a distributed manner, or working together. What you linked seems to address the situation when the team is already forced to work in a distributed manner.
Mar
16
comment Evaluating productivity differences in different work stations
Also, sorry for the amount of text. I don't know what to cut out without leaving out essential information.
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16
asked Evaluating productivity differences in different work stations
Feb
11
comment Testing all combinations
Oh, thanks, this answer hits the nail in the head perfectly. Quite a number light bulbs lit up in my brain. By the way, the method you describe in the second half is hill climbing, isn't it? edit: Second by the way, I'm not trying to find maximum performance, since it's mostly about tradeoffs between quality and tradeoffs, and I'd like to discover how a certain parameter changes the performance. But that advice is worth gold anyways, will certainly be useful to someone reading this answer.
Feb
11
accepted Testing all combinations
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asked Testing all combinations
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awarded  Scholar
Nov
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accepted Does this implementation of the state pattern make sense?
Jun
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comment How do you share your craft with non programmers?
@jk. More often than not I see black magic in our works.
Apr
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revised Does this implementation of the state pattern make sense?
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awarded  Supporter
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awarded  Editor
Apr
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awarded  Student
Apr
27
comment Does this implementation of the state pattern make sense?
Indeed! That's how I ended up implementing it. The question is more about the possibility of me simply misunderstanding the point of the pattern, or missing something else.
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asked Does this implementation of the state pattern make sense?
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