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Apr
22
comment Wanted to do some microsoft certification in web application developement
Personally I wouldn't pursue certification. See Why do certification questions get closed?
Apr
17
comment Rabbitmq route to most specific queue
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it belongs on Stackoverflow but was already cross posted there.
Apr
16
comment How fast will app-side MongoDB indexes queries/joins be?
This is something you'll probably have to test for yourself. You didn't mention the hardware this stuff's running on, the network configuration, any competing traffic, document size, etc.
Apr
14
comment Calling RESTful service from browser and handling 4xx class responses
How many of your end users are developers? How to handle business rules with a REST API? and What is the best way to create REST API error response model and error codes system? seem to suggest a 404 is a good return in this case.
Apr
9
comment How to optimize the application with huge number of database requests per minute
Question 2: Why do you need a Separate Job to check LastActiveTime?
Apr
9
comment How to optimize the application with huge number of database requests per minute
Question 1: why not just assume that all "uncertain conditions" (where you don't have an end time) last 10 minutes? Sometimes that guess is too high & sometimes too low, but it should average out.
Apr
6
comment Would SQLite be less useful without accepting inserts of non-numeric values into numeric columns?
Someone once said that "a feature is a bug as described by the marketing department".
Apr
3
comment equal distribution within given set of users
Not sure I understand you - are you saying that an entity can be assigned to exactly one user? In your example, E1 can be assigned to U1 or U2 (but not both), but cannot be assigned to U5. Is that correct?
Mar
31
comment Ethicality of online license checks
What industry are you in / what would your customers think? The people who make PC video games have been doing this for years. Banking applications, probably not so much.
Mar
31
comment How to evaluate the performance of a Data Access Layer b/w two ORM's?
@gbjbaanb A lot depends on how many users are involved. If the "higher performance solution" requires an additional couple of months of development & debug time, then it's unlikely that you'll make up for time lost over the life of the product by saving a few milliseconds per click (unless you're Facebook).
Mar
30
comment How to evaluate the performance of a Data Access Layer b/w two ORM's?
You might want to consider "developer performance" - ease of maintenance - as well. That could easily outweigh any other gains.
Mar
30
comment Simple TimeZones
Not sure I understand your question, but if you're suggesting storing all timestamps in GMT then converting "on the fly" when communicating with users, that's a very good idea.
Mar
25
comment Implementing common logic in base class
I think there's a good question in here somewhere. Can you edit the question & perhaps substitute what you have in your comment "How can one implement a common logic..."?
Mar
25
comment Implementing common logic in base class
Blanket statements like that suggest to me that someone found a herd to go trotting after
Mar
14
comment What's the algorithm should I use for seeing how well 2 strings match?
I'd ignore the filenames & try to see if I could find a way to directly compare the mp3 files themselves, if possible. You'd catch typos and renames that way. Getting a "fuzzy match" might be harder.
Mar
11
comment Design patterns to avoiding breaking the SRP while performing heavy data logging
possible duplicate of Is logging next to an implementation a SRP violation?
Mar
6
comment OOP - How to refactor a “pyramid architecture”
While 19 KLOC isn't trivial, at least it isn't 500 KLOC.
Mar
5
comment What do design and implementation mean?
@Snowman - your analogy is much better than mine
Mar
5
comment What do design and implementation mean?
'design' is the recipe, 'implementation' is the cake
Mar
3
comment Algorithm to 'segment' a number into blocks of n?
How would you distribute 101 marbles to 5 kids?