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26 votes

Why should I use dependency injection?

16 votes

When do you have enough automatic testing to be confident in your continuous integration pipeline?

8 votes
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How to adapt Clean Architecture to a rich desktop application

6 votes
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What pattern lets each of multiple "voters" decide on a central status?

6 votes
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Structuring an if-else clause inside a for loop

6 votes

Executing an algorithm constantly on slow and fast machine

5 votes
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Decorator or Facade

4 votes

How to initialize base class property once instead of passing it from all derived classes?

4 votes

Represent individual object as a class?

4 votes

In a fluent interface with "with", is cloning expected?

3 votes

Performing serial communication in constructor to initialize an object

2 votes
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How to organize business logic which deals with different, but related objects

2 votes
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Clean Architecture: Calling a Usecase from the Controller

2 votes

Good object oriented practice to use an object to build itself?

2 votes
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Which is better if(condition == false) or If(!condition)

2 votes

Weighting guidelines to choose between a method and a function

2 votes

When is the point where a JSON text file storage is not enough?

1 vote

OOP - Is this data hiding?

1 vote

Dependency injection / testability - would this logic be appropriate?

1 vote
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Transforming a long-running operation into a step by step operation?

1 vote

How to implement a combination of behaviours for my objects

1 vote
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How to separate responsibilities of a shared entity

0 votes
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Should I avoid nested generic collections?

0 votes

Is it wrong to use a boolean parameter to determine values?

0 votes

How to apply OOP to real world examples without putting all logic in Manager classes?

-1 votes

Is separating most classes into data field only class and method only classes (if possible) a good or an anti-pattern?