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When Is it worth writing your own CRUD generator for project?

It is almost never a good idea to write your own generator - unless writing generators is your main job. There are so many gotchas that unless you are doing just that - don't do it. Your project looks ...
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When Is it worth writing your own CRUD generator for project?

First, know what you're getting. I've wasted a lot of time on bad code generation tools, as well as on trying to extract "reusable" components from unrelated units of code based on apparent ...
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When Is it worth writing your own CRUD generator for project?

If you are considering a generator, you probably have already written some CRUDS manually. And I understand your code of honor: “Never do yourself what a machine could do for you”. It will all depend ...
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When Is it worth writing your own CRUD generator for project?

It's typically not a good idea to build a framework/generator. Common issues with such an approach include: Debugging is more difficult than with straightforward code. Leaky abstractions: your ...
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How to split and estimate work in multi layer application

The best estimates are done by the people doing the work. That would indicate that the best estimates for the API would come from the team creating or modifying the API and the best estimates for the ...
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How to split and estimate work in multi layer application

In real life you estimate your work and say you have a dependencies on another team. Then the politics start. In theory though the other team estimate and schedule their work and you get both an ...
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