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May
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answered MVVM in Photoshop-like application: What object has the responsibility for composing the document?
Apr
30
comment How to make people new to programming stop asking me questions and distracting me?
I seriously don't understand what passes for an on-topic question around here.
Apr
30
comment Smallest number of rectangles covering marked parts of grid
I think this might be equivalent to the bin packing problem. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bin_packing_problem
Mar
31
comment As a lone developer, how can I be sure I am learning and doing decent work?
Reading bad code has value in itself. Learning to distinguish between the two is good skill to have.
Mar
30
comment As a lone developer, how can I be sure I am learning and doing decent work?
In addition to reviewing your own code, be sure to read lots of other people's code, especially from very good developer's. This has helped me more than anything else.
Dec
15
accepted Should I put logging in common shared libraries?
Dec
15
revised Should I put logging in common shared libraries?
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Dec
15
revised Should I put logging in common shared libraries?
Extended question
Dec
15
comment Should I put logging in common shared libraries?
@Snowman I do have a logging framework in mind but I don't want to narrow the question down too much. I'm looking for answers that are broadly applicable for the majority of logging situations. I extended the question a bit to clarify.
Dec
15
asked Should I put logging in common shared libraries?
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Mar
31
comment Why is CPU cache memory so fast?
Hard limit for copper. This is a good point though, I didn't consider how ridiculously fast modern processors are.
Mar
31
accepted Why is CPU cache memory so fast?