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Apr
11
comment Is using a function inside a for loop bad practice?
@Avestron - We all make mistakes and often of the same kind, but no one has given any indication that this particular one is a common misconception. It's just an arbitrary mistake. Just about every site outside of the stackexchange sites will accept about any question and will allow extensive discussions.
Apr
11
comment Capacity Planning for a solo developer - Activities?
I'll admit it is a stretch. Most people end up estimating of "off" they are and just adjusting future estimates by that much. If you tend to underestimate, at a percentage.
Apr
11
comment How to store data from firebase to analyze at some later date
Having apps log what they do is pretty standard. Putting the logs in your database may not be, but in this case, I don't see log files as being ideal. Another option is to build your app so the data are immutable, so you never delete or update a record, just add a new one with different data and program logic to determine which record is current.
Apr
11
answered How to store data from firebase to analyze at some later date
Apr
11
comment Keeping track of data deleted upstream
Are you filtering the data you're downloading or are you downloading all of it and then sorting in your app?
Apr
8
comment What is the minimal prototypical program to demonstrate the differences between the major programming paradigms?
Sorry, I got confused. Excellent answer.
Apr
8
comment What is the minimal prototypical program to demonstrate the differences between the major programming paradigms?
What is it about the question that doesn't allow you to use the same language to demonstrate all the paradigms?
Apr
7
comment Modularity vs Polymorphism (OOD main concepts)
What definition of polymorphism are you using that makes it seem like it matches the one you posted for Modularity?
Apr
6
comment Is using a function inside a for loop bad practice?
Although new developers are welcome, this site is focused on experienced programmers. I don't think the same misunderstanding is likely to happen, so this type of question isn't going to get much encouragement. That doesn't mean I think it should be deleted.
Apr
6
comment Is using a function inside a for loop bad practice?
You misread something. It happens. Do you still feel this question is going to benefit anyone? Questions that don't benefit other programers tend to get down voted.
Apr
6
comment How can I promote the use of the Builder pattern in my team?
@Brandon - If the new guys do something different, how are you claiming consistency in this case? This seems inconsistent, chaotic and nobody is willing to throw out code created by the rogue developer.
Apr
5
comment Business domain vs technical domain
You should consider looking up definitions for these terms and then asking specific questions about the parts you don't understand.
Apr
5
answered Capacity Planning for a solo developer - Activities?
Apr
4
comment How is one or more aggregate function implemented in most SQL engines?
You've done a good job of offering some of the potential solutions you've considered, but have you done any search on this question? There are open source sql databases with available source code.
Apr
4
comment Determining the optimal amount of unit tests?
@ClickUpvote - There are times when writing the test gives you some insight into how to write the code. Even if you're not doing TDD, the lines get blurred if you're going back and changing code as a result of something you learned from the test.
Apr
4
comment How to speed up frontend development process
Are you able to leave comments on those tutorials asking how they did it?
Apr
4
comment How to use Integrated authentication for a user other than the logged in user?
You should confirm if logging in/out of Windows for different users is an option.
Mar
31
answered Scrum - Dealing with hotfixes
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Mar
31
comment Why the terms used in Scrum are so strange?
@Lovis - a todo never changes?