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revised What is the difference between use case, user requirements and user stories?
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comment What is the difference between use case, user requirements and user stories?
That terminology will change depending on project management methodology that team chooses to go with. However, user stories become more known after agile dev. become a trend and owner of the product become more involved in the process.
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comment MVC design decision: two controllers or two models?
All my comments were for approach #1. However, you will get better insights from this post - stackoverflow.com/q/10064105/1437962
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comment MVC design decision: two controllers or two models?
Well, using patterns is not the solution for every case. My approach is based on long term maintainability of the code. Thus i prefer KISS - keep it simple, stupid - blog.codinghorror.com/the-best-code-is-no-code-at-all
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comment MVC design decision: two controllers or two models?
Changing model is very likely to bring changes in data structure, DB and etc...
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comment MVC design decision: two controllers or two models?
Approach #1 would be harder to maintain in long run, as you have only one big fat model. However, interface approach would work well.
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answered MVC design decision: two controllers or two models?
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awarded  Enlightened
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reviewed Reviewed How necessary is it to follow defensive programming practices for code that will never be made publicly available?
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