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Dec
11
comment When to refactor
This is a true statement, but somewhat tautological. A person needs more help knowing concretely when it's the case.
Dec
11
answered When to refactor
May
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awarded  Excavator
May
25
revised Why is Mercurial considered to be easier than Git?
word choice
Apr
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comment Do I need unit test if I already have integration test?
Isn't mocking cheaper in real-world cases? You're only setting up expectations of what messages the mock receives and specifying what it will return.
Jan
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awarded  Critic
Jan
9
comment Is it a bad practice to include all the enums in one file and use it in multiple classes?
I'd help edit the spelling if I could, but you didn't make enough errors to get over the SE 'edit' threshold. :-P
Jan
9
comment Is it a bad practice to include all the enums in one file and use it in multiple classes?
True; 'only in the OCD "collect similar things together" way'. 100 upvotes if I could.
Jan
9
comment Why should we be aware of licenses?
I also came here to say, "because it's the right thing to do."
Jan
9
revised Using Ubuntu for commercial software development
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Jan
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revised Using Ubuntu for commercial software development
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Jan
9
answered Using Ubuntu for commercial software development
Jan
9
comment How Do You Test Your Software?
Where is C++ mentioned in the question?
Jan
9
revised How do you track third party services SSL certificates?
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Jan
9
revised Why should we be aware of licenses?
Grammar and more natural sounding English
Jan
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suggested approved edit on Why should we be aware of licenses?
Jan
9
answered How do you track third party services SSL certificates?
Jan
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comment Do Scrum sprints mean to work at the fastest pace possible?
@DXM it has an end when everyone quits or is laid off. Death March projects may last years.
Jan
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awarded  Commentator
Jan
6
comment GitHub etiquette for duplicating a repo to change functionality
Great question. IMO Github's support of these kinds of things is a little primitive.