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Oct
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comment Log design approach
If you don't like the answer downvote it or delete it.
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Jul
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comment ado.net or EF for a point-of-sale system
If by ado.net data classes you mean DataTables and such, I don't think so. These are the most bloated classes I know. If performance is your problem I would start looking at microOrms such as Dapper that runs this very site.
Jul
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answered ado.net or EF for a point-of-sale system
Mar
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comment Log design approach
No it does not. Check their website, they have a free alternative.
Mar
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answered Log design approach
Feb
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answered Name convention for Reader and Writer
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Jan
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answered I've had 7 jobs in 16 years. Is that OK?
Jan
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comment Do we achieve 100% Persistence Ignorance solution if we're not using ORM's POCO objects to model the Domain?
Life is full of compromises. You have to choose which pill is less bitter. I've doing this decades before DDD and I tend to take every method/ology with a grain of salt.
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answered Do we achieve 100% Persistence Ignorance solution if we're not using ORM's POCO objects to model the Domain?
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Oct
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comment What are programmers made to do in spare time in jobs?
What is that "spare time" that you speak of? Never heard of it.
Jul
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answered Why should I add CHECK CONSTRAINT?
Jul
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comment Should I charge a client for mistakes that I made?
@maple_shaft - the OP stated a very specific and solvable issue and to me he transpires as being willing to do the right thing. It is not a feature or bug, rather it is the proper usage of a css/js library. No one is asking to add features.
Jul
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answered Should I charge a client for mistakes that I made?