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Apr
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comment How to avoid a crazy amount of interfaces in UI with dependency injection?
@R.Schmitz "...I can not see a situation where using an interface is not DI" - as I said: mocking frameworks...
Apr
26
comment How to avoid a crazy amount of interfaces in UI with dependency injection?
The interface-concretion arrangement is also a feature of mocking frameworks. They've also been in OO languages for a good few decades...
Apr
26
comment How to avoid a crazy amount of interfaces in UI with dependency injection?
Also, I've yet to see a problem where a singleton is the preferred solution. The canonical example people always seem to state is a log writer but even here you may want to write to a number of different logs (error, debug etc).
Apr
26
comment How to avoid a crazy amount of interfaces in UI with dependency injection?
DI isn't just about using interfaces, it is the ability to swap out concretions which is especially useful in the unit testing sphere...
Apr
25
comment How to make Scrum work for a team with defined roles?
"Hence concepts like verbosity..." - did you mean velocity?
Apr
25
comment How to make Scrum work for a team with defined roles?
@Duffy You can of course try to time-box everyone but dev is usually the bottleneck so it just isn't worthwhile for us.
Apr
25
comment How to make Scrum work for a team with defined roles?
@DavidArno In our shop they are. In fact, we have an identical set-up to what Duffy outlines. Our testers work a sprint or two behind. The rub is which members of staff you deem to be the development team. As I outlined in my post, I simply don't accept that DBAs and build managers can be time boxed in the same way as vanilla devs - YMMV.
Apr
25
comment How to make Scrum work for a team with defined roles?
@Duffy I agree - there are no other titles than developer but in reality, the roles are often arranged very much along traditional lines.
Apr
25
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answered How to make Scrum work for a team with defined roles?
Apr
22
comment Caching and Website performance on IOS VS PC
Browser differences. There is some stuff you'll get away with on browser X which browser Y will moan about/do incorrectly/not do at all/do more slowly...
Apr
22
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Apr
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Apr
21
comment Caching and Website performance on IOS VS PC
Has anyone else experienced this? Yes. ...should I just switch to Ajax? Yes
Apr
20
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Apr
20
comment When Agile becomes a bit slugish
Yes, there may be problems, but you could probably do with tightening this question up a little as it reads like a rant and is likely to be closed as a result...
Apr
20
comment When Agile becomes a bit slugish
Whilst I agree with a lot of this the nub of the problem is that the stories are poorly defined. Whichever way you spin it, methodology X will not help a bean until the nettle is grasped.