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Oct
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awarded  Nice Question
Oct
9
accepted Is it reasonable to insist on reproducing every defect before diagnosing and fixing it?
Oct
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comment Is it reasonable to insist on reproducing every defect before diagnosing and fixing it?
"Reproducing the bug, and fixing it and then demonstrating that the solution prevents the bug from reoccurring - that is where it should end." -- my point exactly
Oct
9
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Oct
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revised Is it reasonable to insist on reproducing every defect before diagnosing and fixing it?
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asked Is it reasonable to insist on reproducing every defect before diagnosing and fixing it?
Sep
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Feb
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Feb
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comment Web application (Spring, JSF) forks, how to reuse existing code for subprojects?
do you implement component model and SoC? en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Component_model en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Separation_of_concerns. if so, i would not concern myself with what MIGHT be needed in the future and dump all COMMON COMPONENTS into the API and gradually, as the need arises for customizing a previously common component, move it into the forks. again, don't concern yourself with what MIGHT be needed in the future, start with what's needed today.
Feb
6
comment Web application (Spring, JSF) forks, how to reuse existing code for subprojects?
By isolating a common, core API into its own project and using it as a library for each fork
Jan
31
comment Multithreading synchronization interview question: Find n words given m threads
i get it @Blrfl. it's kind of like i need to verify you know how to use tool X but was too lazy or sloppy to design an authentic application use case scenario that genuinely warrants the use of that tool so i just grabbed whatever was first at hand and pigeonholed my example into it sloppily. frankly, if i were asked that in an interview, i'd call him out on it and probably wouldn't wanna work with someone sloppy and halfast like that
Jan
31
comment Multithreading synchronization interview question: Find n words given m threads
if "each thread should print one word and give the control to next thread", that sounds like serial work, i.e. one thread is waiting for the previous one to finish and it's like passing a relay. why not just make it a single-threaded app in that case?
Jan
31
comment What's a good strategy for managing static data in an SOA?
can you have a comprehensive config REST call with all the static data that you load once when the application starts? rather than calling them every time you need it.
Jan
22
accepted Frustration with Java Swing layout managers
Jan
18
comment Frustration with Java Swing layout managers
@msell, that may be a solution for my frustrations. is that part of Google API?
Jan
18
comment Frustration with Java Swing layout managers
in that case the X,Y can be percentages on the X and Y coords so the position changes with the window size. E.g. if you wanted it to be in the middle, you'd set 50,50 etc.
Jan
18
asked Frustration with Java Swing layout managers