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Sep
9
comment What is block level design in context of mobile application?
I don't think there's a generally accepted definition of "block level design". You'd likely have to get clarification from the person using the term. In the context of HTML "block level" could mean HTML elements that are not inline elements, and "block level design" could mean something dealing with these types of elements. In a storage context, "block level design" could mean a design that stores data in blocks (like sectors). Etc. Do you have more context about what the person was talking about in this video?
Sep
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Sep
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revised Would this data requirement suit a Document -Oriented database?
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Aug
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Aug
21
answered Would this data requirement suit a Document -Oriented database?
May
15
comment Design a program and methods of doing so
I'd suggest test driven development en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Test-driven_development
May
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May
10
comment When should an Aggregate Root contain another AR (and when should it not)
The fact that you're "persisting" data as transactions isn't domain logic. You haven't provided any detail for Employee.ClockIn(), if it's just state=State.ClockedIn; then it's just a property setter--which is a very anaemic domain model.
May
10
comment When should an Aggregate Root contain another AR (and when should it not)
Recording changes in state isn't really domain logic.
May
6
answered When should an Aggregate Root contain another AR (and when should it not)
Sep
9
comment As a software engineer, who should I be following on Twitter?
Twitter is also a good mechanism to be informed of those blog posts. Among other things.