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I'm a web enthusiast who loves to solve problems with code (at least one of the ways I solve problems).

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Jan
23
comment What is an Anti-Corruption layer, and how is it used?
@Neil I think that would be the Facade and Adapter patterns, since JPA is a good ORM specification, in my opinion.
Jan
23
comment What is an Anti-Corruption layer, and how is it used?
You read my mind about the whole API/Adapter and Facade vs Anti-Corruption.
Jan
22
comment Handle complexity in large software projects
+1 for "Let go and delegate....."
Jan
22
comment What is an Anti-Corruption layer, and how is it used?
How does this scale if there is a whole structure of dependant API classes? Is it still more manageable then the layer it's protecting the rest of the application from?
Jan
21
comment What are the common mistakes when you are a good coder in C and PHP and you start coding in Java ? What are good tips when switching?
+1 for touching on this very important issue. I'd give you more +s if I could :)
Jan
10
comment How and why to decide between naming methods with “get” and “find” prefixes
I have never heard of this concept before. Do you have any better links with examples?
Jan
9
comment How and why to decide between naming methods with “get” and “find” prefixes
Good points. Personally I'd probably not use find as a prefix in the examples you provided. For computational tasks, like the ones in your example, I would use calculate or compute.
Jan
9
comment How and why to decide between naming methods with “get” and “find” prefixes
Seems like it has that feel, but I'm not sure I completely agree. Think of it this way: getCat vs findCat vs getCats vs findCats. The find.. still represents singular objects being returned. The plural should be added to the noun, in my opinion.