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trying to learn and help others learn :)


May
8
asked Reasoning to wait until third time in the Rule of Three?
Apr
23
comment Simple questions to test understanding of Dependency Inversion Principle
yup, that's why I ask the appropriate example design to be subject of the question.
Apr
23
comment Simple questions to test understanding of Dependency Inversion Principle
Does this mean that they really understand it? For example, they might be just repeating the slides without really understanding it
Apr
23
accepted How does dependency inversion principle work in languages without interfaces?
Apr
23
asked Simple questions to test understanding of Dependency Inversion Principle
Apr
19
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
18
comment Formal study about trends and prevalence of agile vs traditional methodology in the industry
@pdr I agree, the definition is kind of tricky. That's why I asked for formal studies. Normally those studies came up with some useful definition, or maybe use some objective scoring system like 0 - 100 continuum
Apr
17
asked Formal study about trends and prevalence of agile vs traditional methodology in the industry
Apr
17
asked Dependency Inversion Principle: How to define “high-level policy” and “low-level detail” to other people?
Apr
17
asked How does dependency inversion principle work in languages without interfaces?
Mar
23
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
6
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
19
comment how to prove TDD is best compared to code inspection
which paper are you talking about?
Feb
15
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
13
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
7
awarded  Nice Question
Feb
7
comment In agile development, should I try persistence in flat file before database?
Disagree. I would still need to learn how SQLite work, and implement code that manipulate SQLite database in .NET, convert query result to objects, etc. so it doesn't make development easier. It just adds all the burdens of creating a database, without the advantages of a full-fledged database server.
Feb
6
revised In agile development, should I try persistence in flat file before database?
edited title
Feb
6
comment In agile development, should I try persistence in flat file before database?
the actions in the queue will be executed. benefit from database include performance, concurrency management, and probably the client will also care about security, readability & query of data.
Feb
6
comment In agile development, should I try persistence in flat file before database?
The application manages a queue of requests, and it needs to remember the queue after closing and restarting.. there is no obligation to use database like in your application