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Aug
8
comment Do I need to use an interface when only one class will ever implement it?
Thanks Wayne, yes it does...
Aug
8
comment Is it wise to be going back and forth between two programming languages?
@Doc brown...I am sorry but I do not understand your question?
Aug
8
comment Do I need to use an interface when only one class will ever implement it?
Could you please elaborate more on what you mean by "have it's own domain"?
Aug
8
comment Is it wise to be going back and forth between two programming languages?
@scrwtp. Is that the case even if the one trick pony is much more proficient in his one trick than the jack of all trades is in each of his trades? Just a friendly question.
Aug
8
comment Is it wise to be going back and forth between two programming languages?
Thanks for the answer but I was wondering whether the frequent shifting wont harm my learning process or prolong it or does that just depend on the person's ability?
Aug
8
comment How big does my project need to be for me to unit test it?
@aaamos, I think you missing my point. The fact that I am asked this question alone shows that I consider catering for the code reader as well.
Aug
8
comment How big does my project need to be for me to unit test it?
I see you point but isnt't unit testing the basic starting point for startup programmers. And also could you elaborate more on what you mean by "testing in general". Thanks.
Aug
7
comment Generic way of handling exceptions in windows phone?
Could you just give me a genric answer then, one that does not apply to windows phone? Just looking for help thats all. And cheers for even bothering to comment, I will look better next time.
Aug
7
comment Generic way of handling exceptions in windows phone?
Could you point me to right direction as I have not found the answer I was looking for?