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revised Should I declare variables at the top of the function for reasons other than the scope rules?
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asked Should I declare variables at the top of the function for reasons other than the scope rules?
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comment Is it normal to spend as much, if not more, time writing tests than actual code?
@JacobRaihle: I edited my answer to explain this point. See the footnote.
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comment how to refactor many singletons
See I've inherited 200K lines of spaghetti code — what now?, although your question is not a duplicate.
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answered Is it normal to spend as much, if not more, time writing tests than actual code?
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revised RESTful service layer with MVC
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answered RESTful service layer with MVC
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reviewed Looks OK Never using Models, only ViewModels
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reviewed Leave Closed Writing my problem solving approach on paper?
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reviewed Leave Closed Which SPDX license is equivalent to 'All Rights Reserved'?
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reviewed No Action Needed Connected components of a graph using Prolog