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IT experience: C#, .NET, SQL Server, Data Quality, ETL


Nov
19
accepted What is the appropriate way to handle implicit requirements?
Nov
13
revised What is the appropriate way to handle implicit requirements?
Clarification
Nov
13
comment What is the appropriate way to handle implicit requirements?
@Joe Strazzere I'm the developer
Nov
12
asked What is the appropriate way to handle implicit requirements?
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Mar
20
asked How should I document a multi-tier application?
Aug
13
awarded  Yearling
Jun
26
awarded  Quorum
Jun
26
reviewed No Action Needed How to manually detect deadlocks
Jun
26
reviewed Reviewed Why should I adopt MVC?
Jun
9
comment How Do You Organize Your Methods in OO Progamming
@MichaelT Progr. by Intention is just one approach for grouping, this question is one level above that.
Jun
9
answered Why do C# and Java use reference equality as the default for '=='?
Jun
9
reviewed No Action Needed Is imposing the same code format for all developers a good idea?
Jun
9
reviewed Reviewed Why do C# and Java use reference equality as the default for '=='?
Jun
6
answered Request - Reply vs Publish-subscribe
Jun
6
comment Request - Reply vs Publish-subscribe
@kincaid how does the publish service work? Does it publish the whole employee Data 1000-10000 times a day? That's by an update every ~10 sec. And System B makes a request ~every hour?
Jun
6
comment Over thinking development
+1 for You have to plan and plan a lot, but don't do it all at once.
Jun
3
comment What should I look for in a school when trying to obtain a Software Engineering degree?
joelonsoftware.com/items/2007/12/03.html and joelonsoftware.com/articles/CollegeAdvice.html are two very nice articles on studying to become a software engineer by one of the guys that created Stackexchange. I think it highlights quite well what is important.
Jun
1
reviewed Reviewed Converting a user management system to use ajax
May
29
comment Clever way to license/obfuscate web applications until the client has paid for it
It's more worth to build trust with your client, than spending the effort to control him. If you can't trust your client, find another one.