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GeneralRe: What's the deal with various coding practices and "Code Smell" these days?? Pinmemberjschell10-Dec-12 9:24 
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Questionexample of well designed softwares PinmemberGiuseppe Tollini6-Dec-12 3:56 
AnswerRe: example of well designed softwares Pinmemberjschell6-Dec-12 10:17 
Giuseppe Tollini wrote:
mid-big sized project that have different modules interacting.

 
I would suspect that is a myth.
 
Applications, which are successful, grow over time and compromises are made based on real time problems. And although solutions work they are not always implemented ideally. And because of such problems were not known with the initial design then the design might need to be worked around.
 
Something similar occurs with libraries. Libraries however might be less impacted by this if the the functionalit in the library is disparate enough.
 
Both are also impacted by the desires and/or experience of those that work on it over time.
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QuestionConsuming perl webservice in .Net Pinmemberernestohari1-Dec-12 23:38 
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QuestionThoughts on Authorization in a Hierarchical User Structure. PinmemberBrady Kelly1-Dec-12 2:56 
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QuestionA MEF Question - Refering base classes without adding reference to a dll. PinmemberJohn T.Emmatty29-Nov-12 23:25 
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QuestionMoving code from a Window/UserControl to outside in order to make it reusable! PinmemberRags151227-Nov-12 7:48 
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QuestionUsing WCF and RESTFUL api in a legacy system PinmentorMd. Marufuzzaman5-Nov-12 2:24 
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