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Jun
3
comment Does anyone still use logic analyzers for debugging real time systems?
Thank you for the update on USB and bus analyzers. And I have to agree that there is not the same attention to detail and forethought before committing code as it used to be when we had to actually burn EPROMS to run tests.
Jun
3
comment Does anyone still use logic analyzers for debugging real time systems?
@JohnR.Strohm - I appreciate the correction, edited now.
Jan
27
comment Log design approach
@SteveEvers - Your update is welcome, and I'd say it deserves to be an answer in itself. I still believe you should be able to use PostSharp free of cost, but things might have changed. It is a great product, I had great success with it and still recommend it.
Jan
17
comment Does CTRL+C works in the whole world
That would be preferable. I heard anecdotes of other languages having different mappings using the letters but those three should be independent
Dec
28
comment Log design approach
I am pretty much done with this site. I asked my account to be removed so I don't really care who gets the points. This experiment is over as far as I am concerned.
Oct
8
comment Log design approach
If you don't like the answer downvote it or delete it.
Jul
5
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.
Mar
13
comment Log design approach
No it does not. Check their website, they have a free alternative.
Jan
8
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.
Oct
18
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
25
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
20
comment Why is it preferred to write a commit message in present tense/imperative mood?
Yes, I agree and for me that's what the "commit" is - the set of things being committed.
Jul
18
comment How do you disarm a cowboy coder?
If that's the case then Scrum is a good for nothing process. When all are in charge no one is in charge, and the product suffers from the bystander effect.
Jul
18
comment How do you disarm a cowboy coder?
So... you got not one managing this thing. That's your problem, not the cowboy coder.
Jul
18
comment How do you disarm a cowboy coder?
Under who's authority did he stop code reviews?
Jul
9
comment Dynamic Fields/Columns
Interesting reference although I don't quite understand how using Stored Procedures help in database design.
Jul
5
comment ORM and component-based architecture
yes good point, what I meant was you should be able to have a DAL that is used by zero or many BLLs.
Jul
5
comment ORM and component-based architecture
I believe so. A DAL should be able to exist regardless of any business layer using it or not, it would actually be 0:n relationship. Of course the zero scenario is trivial but possible.
Jul
3
comment Why #pragmas are not part of the C++ standard?
inline is a C++ language keyword so any compiler will compile it. However it is totally up to the compiler implementation to honor it. Some compilers do, some don't and in this case the inline is simply ignored.
Jul
3
comment Why #pragmas are not part of the C++ standard?
The C++ language does not depend on a compiler existing at all.