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Oct
8
comment Overcoming slow problem solving due to increased knowledge of what might go wrong
@Neil apologies, I did not intend it as a dig at you, i merely used it as an opportunity to express my views on what the OP should do that just happened to fit in with your comment
Oct
8
revised Overcoming slow problem solving due to increased knowledge of what might go wrong
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Oct
8
comment Overcoming slow problem solving due to increased knowledge of what might go wrong
@Neil nothing can be bug free. There will always be a issue, they just get smaller, or more complex. Ideally the OP should find a mark where he is completing fast enough and leaving few enough bugs to be happy with his quality, and keep the client happy with cost and time
Oct
8
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awarded  Autobiographer
Jul
11
comment 65.000.000.000 tests to run
There is a phrase that goes around 'Testing the water' by which you dip a toe or a finger into the water to see if it is too hot or too cold, before you fully submerge yourself. Testing in this case should take the same approach, don't throw yourself into the ocean, dip in a toe and write a much smaller set of tests which test the important logical paths. If you test every permeatation you may aswell not write an application and instead hardcode every input and output
Jun
12
comment I am incompetent; how can I fix it?
@Lundin i never said it was used for everything, just that it wasnt restricted solely to desktop apps
Jun
12
comment I am incompetent; how can I fix it?
@Lundin sure, we will just ignore the fact that it can be used for websites, web services, windows phone programming, windows surface programming, hell there is even a smart watch that you can program apps for with c#, not to mention that with the xna framework it also sits on xbox's too.
Jun
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Jun
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comment Emphasize Some Comments - but not Dirty the Code
I hate this, really breaks up the flow of the code, but on the other hand it does do a good job of getting attention. Though im more worried why something as important as changing that isn't covered by a restrictive process but instead by some text that is easy to ignore
May
7
reviewed No Action Needed Write then optimise or write optimised
May
2
comment Best practices for sharing tiny snippets of code across projects
Language and IDE would be useful to know here. As any tool could only interface specifically with that environment.
May
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May
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May
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comment Creating a coding standards document
@BartvanIngenSchenau i feel that would be better placed in a Coding Guidelines Document, not a Coding Standards Document
May
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awarded  Editor
May
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revised Creating a coding standards document
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May
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answered Creating a coding standards document