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I'm a programmer and mostly work with C#. I'm currently exploring the worlds of scala, mongodb and reactive programming.


Aug
7
comment What is the best way to deal with legacy code not in version control?
This is be a bad advice. I can imagine the outrage from management (imho totally understandable), when you put company property out on a server on the internet...
Feb
26
comment How to assure client that we will complete our project and won't run away with the money
The first thing that comes to my mind is a "contract"...
Feb
13
comment What is the benefit of having the assignment operator return a value?
JS and PHP do not have a large "install base"?
Feb
12
answered Do I continue developing an alternative existing solution, or am I wasting of time?
Feb
12
comment Arguments to non-technical manager for program upgrade
Thank's for saving me the time typing that out. If there are anything that managers understand, then it's money.I also want to add, that it's important to have facts to prove that an upgraded technology would provide any benefit.
Feb
12
comment Quality Assurance (Testing) in Scrum
thx for your input.
Feb
12
revised Quality Assurance (Testing) in Scrum
added 35 characters in body
Feb
12
answered Quality Assurance (Testing) in Scrum
Feb
12
revised How does the product owner decide how successful a Sprint was?
typos and grammar
Feb
12
comment Choosing value in SQL query vs (Java) code
It's simply not true that stored procedures are always the best way. You mentioned already why: Because we as developers make mistakes. Why is it more likely to check out a wrong version than not paying attention to the version of the sp? What if somehow the sp has a bug and you spend hours searching it in your applications code? I don't say you shouldn't use stored procedures, but to use them always is dangerous, because they add another layer of logic.
Feb
12
comment How does the product owner decide how successful a Sprint was?
Could you re-phrase your question to make it less opinion-based?
Feb
12
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Feb
6
comment Use of fixtures in unit testing
Why would you want to unit-test a model? You probably should better be testing your validation.
Feb
6
answered What is stopping people from copy-pasting open-sourced codes into their own projects and releasing only the compiled binaries?
Dec
19
answered How to implement change and new tools in a small dev team?
Dec
19
comment Should a structure be refactored into smaller structures?
Are these your real variable- and function names? If the answer is "yes", then you have an obvious starting point for refactoring.
Dec
10
comment Is it common to print out code on paper?
If you get distracted by Twitter or email - you are doing it wrong. Email as well as twitter or various other mesengers are asynchronous. You don't need to reply asap.
Oct
29
answered Can I rightfully claim this as my own project if I recieved help online?
Sep
4
comment Why are we supposed to use short functions to sectionalize our code?
The naming of the functions has to be taken into account.
Jul
1
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