Linked Questions

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Asking questions with UML diagrams instead of code [duplicate]

Can I ask a question with a UML class diagram instead of code? What about instead of some code? The kind of questions I'm interested in asking are about software architecture, not low-level coding ...
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Are design questions (with actual code) on-topic? [duplicate]

Suppose I'm working on a particular module in my software. I have a proposed design (possibly already implemented or prototyped) that I want feedback on in a tangible format, such as a Java ...
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Questions about interfaces, protocols, and APIs

Are questions about interfaces/protocols and APIs on-topic for Code Review? And when I say "protocol", I mean this in the Objective-C/Swift (and potentially other languages) version of the word, ...
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Design-only answers?

We generally don't allow design-only questions. A question has been asked that provided review-able code, and depending on your POV an additional question is asked about 'maintainable modular code' ...
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“Code not yet written” clarification: Are unimplemented interfaces on- or off-topic?

I would like to know what exactly it means. The reason for asking is my question which was recently put on hold: https://codereview.stackexchange.com/questions/60108/async-task-queue-design Can ...
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Review for large chunks of code

I am migrating from small pieces of code to larger applications. All my code is public on github or simillar. As I am in the middle of this transition, I am not very intrested in reviewing chunks of ...
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Make the help center more explicit about what CR is NOT

There has been discussion recently, about how lots of Stack Overflow users carelessly refer OP over here (CR) whenever the question roughly looks like a wall of code and OP is asking for help nailing ...
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What about questions which demands expert opinion and design feedback

This has been an issue here since a long time and I see a lot of people just to get brownie points jump in and copy paste the answers which can be as generic as possible for example: Use linter Bad ...
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Are requests for review of language design on topic?

This is the question that prompts this meta: Is my language easy/hard enough? How badly is it designed?. Paraphrased: I am thinking about making a language somewhat based on macros, and looking ...
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Should I post about my design and architectural concerns on Code Review or Software Engineering?

I've developed an application and I'd like to know if I've done it well. But my main concerns are not really about the code itself, which is quite simple, but more about the design and architecture, ...
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“throw-away” code review (pre-bootstrap)?

I'm coding the MELT monitor on github (GPLv3+ licensed free software, alpha stage). Ultimately most of the code I am coding manually now should be replaced by generated code. It is my first "Web" ...
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Design review for a compiler question

This question: https://codereview.stackexchange.com/q/117311/507 Is more of a design review rather than a code review. I have plenty of valid feedback that could be applied to the question but it's ...
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CoreData or code-backed UML reviews

About: Core Data model for test-taking iOS app See also: Are UML diagram reviews on-topic for CodeReview? and Reviewing "design" I feel the linked question is off-topic because it is ...
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Design for a question about thread abortion and related process

I posted a question for Code Review, and other than a few comments, what I was told was that I should put actual code of the process and people were only interested in knowing that. What I really ...
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Is GraphQL Reviewable?

This question was posted recently, and presents a GraphQL schema for review. Arguably, GraphQL doesn't do much, and we've closed plain Java and C# posts before where all reviewers had to chew on was ...

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