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Oct
20
comment Algorithm for tiling a surface with no adjacent tiles
The pattern needs to be random. Think tiling a surface in a 3D scene with different tiles in order to hide repeating patterns. Along those lines.
Oct
17
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Oct
16
comment Algorithm for tiling a surface with no adjacent tiles
"Not best results" in that sometimes adjacent tiles appear. The grid can be any size, i.e. user-defined.
Oct
16
asked Algorithm for tiling a surface with no adjacent tiles
Oct
12
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Feb
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awarded  Critic
Sep
11
comment Declaring interface in the same file as the base class, is it a good practice?
@KeithS: What happens when your one implementation becomes two? The same as when your implementation changes; you change the code to reflect that change. YAGNI applies here. You're never going to know what is going to change in future, so do the simplest thing possible. (Unfortunately testing messes with this maxim)
Apr
12
comment I just started a job with Scrum and something seems to be missing. I am new to Scrum
@ErikReppen: We've just finished a successful rewite! About 20% of the size, 5x faster and a lot nicer API to boot. Just putting in a data-point there.
Feb
26
comment Why Use !boolean_variable Over boolean_variable == false
The 3rd value is usually "File not found". thedailywtf.com/Articles/What_Is_Truth_0x3f_.aspx
Feb
22
comment What's the difference between implementing an Interface explicitly or implicitly?
@Rachel: As far as I'm aware that performance cost only applies to value types.
Dec
2
comment Is this a correct situation to use a constant?
@marcof: Well, if the constants are part of a public interface then he should be following MS naming guidelines. If not, then he should at least be learning best practise early.
Dec
2
comment Is this a correct situation to use a constant?
Well, if this is C#, you shouldn't be using ALL_CAPS for constants. Constants should be PascalCased - stackoverflow.com/questions/242534/…
Oct
28
comment What is the/Is there a right way to tell management that our code sucks?
+1 for INCREMENTALLY.
Sep
6
comment Being stupid to get better productivity?
@Hardwareguy: And indeed in the future, wading into a load of untested, unused, unspecified code and trying to work out what's needed from what isn't is far harder than the actual implementing.
Jan
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Dec
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Dec
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accepted Where did Java go wrong on the client?
Nov
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awarded  Student
Nov
27
asked Where did Java go wrong on the client?