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Jan
9
asked Why do we use story points instead of man days when estimating user stories?
Nov
29
accepted Why don't we have web IDEs?
Nov
29
accepted What is a “behavior rich object” and why would it be advantageous?
Nov
29
accepted Declaring interface in the same file as the base class, is it a good practice?
Nov
29
accepted How to name an subclass that add a minor, detailed thing?
Nov
29
comment Capitalization convention for C# protected fields
what does it mean "do not version well"? Are you saying that since protected field is not recommended, there is no guideline about its name? Anyway, Resharper seems to recommend MyVar
Nov
29
comment Capitalization convention for C# protected fields
in test cases, normally it is convenient to have protected fields.. but maybe you're right it can be changed to properties. But if I do want a protected field, what is the naming convention?
Nov
29
asked Capitalization convention for C# protected fields
Nov
24
awarded  Yearling
Nov
24
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
21
comment How to name an subclass that add a minor, detailed thing?
another thing, is that there is already a class ExtendedTreeView, and when I checked it has some behaviours that I don't want to use. If I add another similarly named class it will just confuse people.
Nov
20
comment How to name an subclass that add a minor, detailed thing?
the drawback of this kind of naming is that it isn't descriptive or self-explanatory, for example, when you saw code using TreeViewEx in several times in the application, the reader has no immediate idea why it is used and how it is different from the normal tree view
Nov
20
revised How to name an subclass that add a minor, detailed thing?
edited title
Nov
20
comment How to name an subclass that add a minor, detailed thing?
@ratchetfreak I want it to be reusable in several places, and I am using it inside some DataTemplates too.. so I decided to create a class.. Regardless of the decision, my question is about the naming of such classes
Nov
20
asked How to name an subclass that add a minor, detailed thing?
Nov
19
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
17
asked Why don't we have web IDEs?
Oct
22
answered What should be done with class names that conflict (common) framework names
Oct
22
accepted “Agile Principles, Patterns, and Practices in C#”: Is this just a .NET-translation of the popular Uncle Bob book?
Oct
21
comment “Agile Principles, Patterns, and Practices in C#”: Is this just a .NET-translation of the popular Uncle Bob book?
@ThomasOwens I learned not to trust seller's description because it can be misleading