Monthly Archives: May 2010

Sometimes an enum is not the best idea

In our application we are dealing with a limited, but slowly growing number of suppliers. In some parts of the code each one is treated differently, in others parts we only have to identify them. Their id  which is also … Continue reading 

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Murphy’s law of notebook connectors

Murphy’s law is an old time favorite of mine. Perhaps not always used as originally intended. In it’s most general form it says : “Whatever can go wrong will go wrong, and at the worst possible time, in the worst … Continue reading 

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