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Feb
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comment Object Oriented Analysis and Design workflow for developer working alone
I would suggest you write a prototype of the main classes before writing any kind of diagram that takes more than 30s to sketch.
Feb
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comment Exception handling and 3rd party library
DevExpress doesn't like to admit that mistakes happen =/
Jan
16
comment Appropriate Git workflow for multiple active releases while handling hotfixes
nvie.com/posts/a-successful-git-branching-model
Jan
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comment How does a developer code in anticipation of change?
You forgot: Write tests so you can quickly verify that your change didn't break stuff.
Jan
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answered Develop application works on cloud or on local PC?
Oct
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awarded  Quorum
Oct
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answered Grouping multiple git repositories that are part of the same overall project
Oct
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comment Is this a commonly encountered situation in C++? Is there a pattern to handle it?
Passing the object as param to the ctor just enforces this dependency; it doesn't have to be performed in sequence during start-up. You most likely create the window first and then load your resources at some later point.
Oct
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comment Is this a commonly encountered situation in C++? Is there a pattern to handle it?
No. Well, I do believe that initialization code should be in constructors, but it doesn't have to be of global objects. You can pass around the context object after window creation to wherever it is needed/you want.
Oct
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answered Is this a commonly encountered situation in C++? Is there a pattern to handle it?
Oct
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comment Neural network input preprocessing
You absolutely don't want feature or object detection in there - this is a task people are working on for decades and we still don't have good solutions. And if you want any kind of behavior that looks 'realistic' to a player (for humans, animals, cars etc), there are alternatives that are far more suited to the task than ANNs.
Sep
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comment Notifications system with too many subscribers
These people are trying to help. Maybe a less confrontational approach might be helpful. And you still didn't answer @DocBrown's question: how and when are those notifications processed?
Sep
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comment How to unit test code that downloads a file from a github repo
His integration test should most likely test that the file he expects exists at the exact location his program tries to download it.
Sep
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comment How to unit test code that downloads a file from a github repo
Implementing integration tests in the unit test framework can totally make sense, probably better done in a specific integration test project though.
Sep
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comment Why do IoC containers provide public Resolve method(s)?
@EsbenSkovPedersen It doesn't matter if you get your IoC to generate your factory or if you make the factory yourself, in both cases it will contain a pointer to an IoC resolver (or some other IoC internal structure).
Sep
18
comment Why do IoC containers provide public Resolve method(s)?
A factory that produces instances of IoC-mapped types at runtime needs to be able to actually get those from IoC.
Sep
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comment How do you make sure a .net client application is not being hacked to bypass authorization claims?
@m-y But the problem seems to be that all communication coming from a client is trusted. That's bad; not sure it warrants a full answer though, because it's such a basic and obvious statement. However, detailing methods for client-server security seems out of scope for the question.
Sep
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comment How do you make sure a .net client application is not being hacked to bypass authorization claims?
Only allow authorized clients to write to the server, with authorization checks being performed on the server.