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comment How do you avoid name similarities between your classes and the native ones?
For the computer it is not a problem, but for the developer it might be, since you've got EmailMessage and MailMessage, for instance.
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comment How do you avoid name similarities between your classes and the native ones?
Yes, I thought about it, but it gets verbose. I would like something "cleaner", but the solution you proposed is my current one. I will add this to the explanation
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asked How do you avoid name similarities between your classes and the native ones?
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comment How Can I Make My Programming Class More Interesting?
That is exactly the subject he presented :). When I give some lectures I try to do the same approach, even if it is programming language or something like that I often ask questions like: "How would you do? Why can't it be that way? What is the advantages/disadvantage?" and so on :)
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accepted How do I create a mature SW design before the implementation itself? And how do I cope with changes?
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accepted And if I ask the job interviewer for reasons to join the company?
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accepted What do you do to get your software design robust, flexible and clear?
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comment How do I create a mature SW design before the implementation itself? And how do I cope with changes?
Hi, you are right. But because of the nature of this project (we are not in a company, meeting everyday, and so on), keep tracking of all changes may be very hard. So my intention would be to make the design as mature as possible, so the changes would be few. But I think it is not possible :(
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answered Did Your CS Program Prepare You Well?
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comment How do I create a mature SW design before the implementation itself? And how do I cope with changes?
Yes, this is a very good advice. I will "mix" it with Péter Török's. thanks!
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comment How do I create a mature SW design before the implementation itself? And how do I cope with changes?
This is a very detailed explanation. I think I will use it during the process because I have time and because I want really to have a "strong" design. thanks!
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comment How do I create a mature SW design before the implementation itself? And how do I cope with changes?
This idea of not replacing, but adding the info about the change and the reason is very good. This is a part of my master thesis, so I am going to have almost full control over the software development. Thanks a lot for your advice :)
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asked How do I create a mature SW design before the implementation itself? And how do I cope with changes?