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Feb
25
comment Apple eating problem
You dont' necessarily end up searching every node.. however that doesn't make it an easy problem.
Feb
25
awarded  Editor
Feb
25
comment Apple eating problem
Gave you a link for graph theory, I think that will help more. The short answer is yes. Y
Feb
25
revised Apple eating problem
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Feb
24
answered Apple eating problem
Feb
13
awarded  Yearling
Feb
13
answered How to deal with a dev who asks too many questions
Jan
23
answered Best practice with respect to anonymous classes in UI applications
Jan
21
comment Anemic domain models - what sort of methods a domain object might need?
An enterprise app usually consists of several web apps. A bank, for instance, might have the ClientAccess webapp, the CsrAccess webapp, and a bunch of services to connect them to other banks. All of those comprise the "enterprise app". CsrAccess and ClientAccess will have common functionality, and the question is, where do you put it... DDD answers that question.
Jan
16
answered Kanban: How to choose work item size
Jan
6
comment Return values for CRUD methods?
You're right, however the op mentions API's and functions, not REST, or web type API's.
Jan
6
awarded  Custodian
Jan
6
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Return values for CRUD methods?
Jan
6
answered Return values for CRUD methods?
Dec
12
comment Unit test DAO code using SQL Lite when the application database is Oracle
Mockito or JMock will be your friend. They'll mock the everything you're not testing. My recommendation is Mockito, it's easier to work with I think. If you need more power to test, then add in PowerMock's PowerMockito lib.
Dec
11
answered Unit test DAO code using SQL Lite when the application database is Oracle
Dec
11
answered How can I write complex validation and business logic that can be reused in both direct data model changes and pending dialog changes?
Nov
22
comment How do we keep dependent data structures up to date?
In the same vein, you could try Functional Reactive Programming. That might be more flexible: lampwww.epfl.ch/~imaier/pub/DeprecatingObserversTR2010.pdf
Aug
9
answered Implementing cache system in Java Web Application
Jul
10
answered What Java data structure/design pattern best models this object, considering it would perform these methods?