Joppe

The Hague, The Netherlands

Age: 42

Apr
3
comment Is it good practice to access database in mapping between object
I usually do this second method also. I never felt the need for 2b since the message type is usually specific to that one handler anyhow.
Apr
3
comment Scrum - Dealing with hotfixes
@RubberDuck I disagree, continuous flow is continuous interruption :-)
Apr
3
comment Scrum - Dealing with hotfixes
@RubberDuck I find the timebox useful cause it creates some closure for the business to make up their mind and freeze analysis for a bit. Also not all teams (none I been in) are able to continuously hold a codebase in a shippable state.
Apr
3
comment Scrum - Dealing with hotfixes
@RubberDuck "ready" is usually something the product owner announces. Therefor releases are usually end of sprint, it's when the team demos their work to the product owner. For hotfixes this is different of course.
Apr
3
answered Scrum - Dealing with hotfixes
Apr
3
comment How to motivate adaptive an shifting class access modifiers
Some developers still reason about code as if it's poured in concrete. If some private method needs public access, just open it up and change it. There really is no need to just open everything up just in case.. as if you couldn't do so case by case later on.
Apr
3
comment Agile methodology and capacity planning
"PMs utilize these resources in an agile methodology", that doesn't sound very agile at all.... Maybe start reviewing this first ;-)
Apr
3
answered What is the least bad way of knowing the type of a key from Json file
Apr
3
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Is it good practice to access database in mapping between object
Apr
3
comment What is the most sensible design for making files available for download from a URL?
As @Ewan mentioned App_data is your problem, it's to provide file access to the Web App process not and deliberately -not- to external clients (it will block request access to this path). Just create any directory inside your web app for the excel files and it should work. Keep it simple ;-)
Apr
3
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Business logic: Database vs code
Apr
3
comment What am I missing in my (mis)understanding of IoC/DI/Castle Windsor?
Another small comment. You can use DI with concrete classes, injection around interfaces is not a must. Usually you do get there due to unit testing concerns, but sometimes setting up a concrete class and have the container deal with it's dependencies for you can be convenient.
Apr
3
comment What am I missing in my (mis)understanding of IoC/DI/Castle Windsor?
Just a note. If you need multiple implementations of an interface at runtime, I suggest injecting a factory class of some sort. This factory class can take in the dependencies required by the concrete classes it will instantiate.
Feb
22
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Why do we need private variables?
Feb
22
reviewed Reject suggested edit on In plain English, what is recursion?
Feb
20
answered Is it appropriate to not follow the O/C principle if you have unit test coverage?
Feb
10
reviewed Edit suggested edit on What are the software technologies behind real time web apps?
Feb
10
revised What are the software technologies behind real time web apps?
software's is not a correct plural form, it's just 'software'
Feb
5
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What methods are there to avoid a stack overflow in a recursive algorithm?
Jan
28
comment File based communication vs Rest or RPC
It "seems" wrong? Or is it wrong? It works? It's simple.. under-engineered, the beauty!
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