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Feb
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comment Why does Jenkins warn you if you tell it to check for changes every minute?
@AndrewPiliser following that eventually leads to this, which I might consider as an answer: kohsuke.org/2011/12/01/…
Feb
20
comment Why does Jenkins warn you if you tell it to check for changes every minute?
@ratchetfreak what would you set it to?
Feb
20
asked Why does Jenkins warn you if you tell it to check for changes every minute?
Feb
11
comment How would I isolate changes to mutable state if I need to run two queries to get the final result?
@RobertHarvey actually, it's a solr query, but I'm hoping that the remote API backend impl doesn't effect the answers for this question.
Feb
11
comment How would I isolate changes to mutable state if I need to run two queries to get the final result?
@RobertHarvey well I mean queries like the "Read" of CRUD. Can you elaborate on what part needs to be more concrete? I was hoping the folder analogy would help in that respect.
Feb
10
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Feb
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comment How would I isolate changes to mutable state if I need to run two queries to get the final result?
@RobertHarvey I thought that is the opposite of immutability: mutability. And I thought the plural form is "mutations". Is there a better word/phrase?
Feb
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revised Is it a bad idea to return different data types from a single function in a dynamically typed language?
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Nov
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comment In domain driven design, how do I convert a database table with a primary key into a Value Object?
Ah, that makes a lot of sense. Thanks for the help.
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accepted In domain driven design, how do I convert a database table with a primary key into a Value Object?
Oct
24
comment “Everything is a Map”, am I doing this right?
How did you come to that conclusion (the "it is ok" one)?
Oct
23
comment “Everything is a Map”, am I doing this right?
"In object-oriented programming, a god object is an object that knows too much or does too much. The god object is an example of an anti-pattern." So god object is not a good thing, yet your message seems to be saying the opposite. That's a little confusing to me.
Oct
22
comment “Everything is a Map”, am I doing this right?
@paul in a sense they have because it's available in ClojureScript, but I'm not sure if that "counts" in your mind. It might exist in PureScript and I believe there's at least one library that provides immutable data structures in JavaScript. I'd hope at least one of them has these, otherwise they'd be inconvenient to use.
Oct
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comment In domain driven design, how do I convert a database table with a primary key into a Value Object?
@SpaceTrucker I don't think I've read anything that says that should factor into your decision of making a model a Value Object.