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Feb
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answered Why html entity names for characters like ¥ € ¢ © ®
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comment What to do with a not well organized application?
Companies where each developer is a silo are doomed for failure. They get trapped into the refactoring/rewriting cycle. I've seen this many times.
Mar
13
comment What to do with a not well organized application?
Working in a team is hard, understanding/debugging others' code is hard work. You're just making excuses to avoid it. Good code has to be readable/maintainable by everyone, there is no space for ego in software development.
Mar
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comment What to do with a not well organized application?
The assembly line analogy was a terrible example. There's no space for "freestyle" in an assembly line.
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comment What to do with a not well organized application?
So what if everyone in the team does the same?
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comment What is a good lightweight IDE that performs well in an Xterm window?
Just add the plugins then.
Aug
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comment Best practices / Design patterns for code generation
Nice one! I've seen that pattern before (and I've been using it) but I didn't know its name. Thank you!
Aug
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comment Best practices / Design patterns for code generation
Also - like I said in my post - it's a ground up project, so no tools are involved.
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comment Best practices / Design patterns for code generation
@Job, I don't think the languages are relevant. Design patterns should suit any language.
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answered Refactoring While Programming