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comment Unit Testing and dependencies
In addition to the answers already given, have a look into inversion of control containers. AutoFac takes care of this dependency injection for you, although there's some overhead in installing and configuring it.
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comment How can I ask my boss (in a polite way) to comment his code?
@AidanQuinn - you will do, I worked for someone who had very little patience for my mistakes and expected a lot of me. I really hate to say it, but in retrospect - it's the year of employment in which I learnt the most as a junior. Times won't always be this hard and confusing, you'll always be learning, but that becomes fun. For now, just get stuck in. And leave when the time's right (definitely stay open to the possibility of moving on eventually).
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answered How can I ask my boss (in a polite way) to comment his code?
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comment Feasible to keep work to a minimum for distribution purposes?
I want to cut a piece of the image out based on some sort algorithm that'll detect a significant-enough change in colour etc. Similar code to making a white background image into a transparent-background image. I don't doubt there are libraries in place for this already, but I also don't want to underestimate how much processing they will require. So, to answer your question in a nutshell, a LOT.
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comment Junior developers in a remote working environment
I didn't downvote eebbesen, and I agree with most of what you said - I think you may have been downvoted because it doesn't really address the question asked in the OP.
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comment Do Scrum sprints mean to work at the fastest pace possible?
"... you don't go home when the working hours are over, you go home when the job is done, no matter how much it takes...". Run like the wind. She's an idiot.