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Nov
8
comment What is NOT MVC? (in a web app)
@Voy I don't think that changes my answer. In order to be an MVC application, I believe the division of these three components needs to be intentional. Even if someone were to accidentally hit on the pattern, but not commit to maintaining it through the life of the application, I don't think you would be looking at an MVC app.
Nov
5
answered What is NOT MVC? (in a web app)
Oct
23
awarded  Yearling
Oct
21
revised What's the best/most efficent way to create a semi-intelligent AI for a tic tac toe game?
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Sep
18
revised How to deal with tremendous number of failing tests?
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Sep
18
comment How to deal with tremendous number of failing tests?
Can I ask – is Hudson green, but turning red with every check-in, or has he been red for so long, you've forgotten what green looks like?
Sep
18
comment How to deal with tremendous number of failing tests?
Added a paragraph to differentiate between "we're green but every change makes stuff go red" and "we've been red so long, we've forgotten what green looks like"
Sep
18
revised How to deal with tremendous number of failing tests?
Add a comment to differentiate between "we're green but everything goes red" and "we've been red for so long now, we've forgotten what green looks like"
Sep
18
comment How to deal with tremendous number of failing tests?
It depends on the scale of the problem. But I agree, I haven't actually made that clear.
Sep
17
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Sep
17
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
17
revised How to deal with tremendous number of failing tests?
Add more detail and more potential test intents.
Sep
17
answered How to deal with tremendous number of failing tests?
Apr
15
answered TDD Red-Green-Refactor and if/how to test methods that become private
Feb
5
answered How to setup an agile startup without the customer?
Feb
5
comment Attempting to make a Cross Domain AJAX request to a Server I don't own
Alright. Well, as part of the fee that you pay, they will need to configure their servers to grant your domain permission to use those services. You should probably update your question to be explicit about the fact you are in a contractual relationship with the owner of the other server.
Feb
5
answered Attempting to make a Cross Domain AJAX request to a Server I don't own
Oct
23
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Jun
17
comment What prevents a race condition on a lock?
Basically, if the hardware isn't intrinsically sequential at some level, it will have a mechanism that allows it to break ties that might otherwise occur.
Jun
5
comment How to be Agile when new work keeps affecting completed work?
+1 for CSS and client-side JavaScript code should be minified automatically, then moved to production. It shouldn't be your task to remove comments from the code you write, and if done manually, it can be a source of human mistakes.