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Aug
18
reviewed Leave Closed Is this a poltergeist or is it justified?
Aug
5
revised Should I put extension methods of an interface in the interface.cs file?
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revised Is it a good idea to merge multiple HTTP requests to save bandwidth?
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revised Should I put extension methods of an interface in the interface.cs file?
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comment Should I put extension methods of an interface in the interface.cs file?
Agree, there should be in their own namespaces
Aug
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revised Should I put extension methods of an interface in the interface.cs file?
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comment Should I put extension methods of an interface in the interface.cs file?
Now question is better formulated, thanks :)
Aug
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revised Is it a good idea to merge multiple HTTP requests to save bandwidth?
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answered Is it a good idea to merge multiple HTTP requests to save bandwidth?
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revised Should I put extension methods of an interface in the interface.cs file?
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answered Should I put extension methods of an interface in the interface.cs file?
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5
comment Should you make private properties?
I was referring to a private setter in a property of the class. It should prevent direct access to set value from the object and facilitate some logic check before setting the value.
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awarded  Nice Answer
May
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awarded  Good Answer
Apr
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revised What is the difference between use case, user requirements and user stories?
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9
revised Best practices / Design patterns for code generation
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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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revised What is the difference between use case, user requirements and user stories?
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6
revised Visual Studio 2012 - Express vs Professional
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