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comment Design patterns for implementing optionally supported features
@vines How internal state doesn't play well with strategy?
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answered Design patterns for implementing optionally supported features
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comment Call method in a disposable object at the beginning of a “using” statement
@MarjanVenema Sorry, yes. I didn't try to run the code, so I couldn't get compiler do the check.
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comment How to store data that is recorded with different frequency?
Are you planning to do reporting/graphs directly from SQL or are you fine with doing programmatic post-processing of data to make them fit for reporting?
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comment Is Visitor Pattern valid in this scenario?
@Andy The one Sher10ck referenced in his question. And I don't see how it would create a tight coupling. Any badly written code can introduce tight coupling.
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answered Is Visitor Pattern valid in this scenario?
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answered Call method in a disposable object at the beginning of a “using” statement
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answered which one is recommended object-oriented design?
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comment shadow simulation from buildings
You would also need to know building's ground plan and positions.
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revised Business Layer Procedural?
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answered Business Layer Procedural?
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comment What Type of Report or Documentation to Expect from my Programmers
@MrLey Sorry, I don't know. That is highly local question. There probably is some local SW contractor company nearby. And even remote contractor might be good idea. It would increase the isolation between you actual developer and one doing the review, increasing "realism".
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answered What Type of Report or Documentation to Expect from my Programmers
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comment Correct placement of Methods in OOP
One thing I would love to see is how to actually use the code. Preferably in form of unit tests.
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comment Returning an IQueryable from an IRepository
@Mateusz That is not problem of technology, but of people. You either have crappy developers or crappy management, who is unable to properly train said developers.
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answered Efficient range search for pair of numbers
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answered Thread priorites - how to?
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