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I'm currently wondering where should I ask for design review.

Some background : I'm currently doing an internship that concludes my studies, but I ended up in a company where I'm the only developer working on the software part of the company's product (basically, I started from scratch and wrote specifications, designed the software and currently develop the software).

The problem is, I want to improve, but nobody in the company can review what I do and criticize work (unless it's pretty obvious that it doesn't work), and thus I don't really know if my design/implementation choices are correct or not, if I use Qt correctly, etc.

Then, I don't really know where I could ask for advices about my design. I feel that for implementations is pretty obvious, but what about design ? Should I ask for advices on codereview as well ? Or would be a better fit ?

(I don't even know if it's the place to ask for that, I'll delete if not).

As suggested in the site-rec tag, questions could be :

  • Is there a better architecture for this / what are the flaws of my approach ?
  • Is there a better way to use signals/slots in Qt than what I did ?
  • etc
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I think code review is the one to go to.

Programmers is a place to ask conceptual questions about software development. 1

You will also notice code review has a [design] tag

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"Programmers is more about culture" Hm, what? – Yannis Jun 11 '13 at 10:32
Edited to transfer more meaning – raam86 Jun 11 '13 at 10:36
I don't think you've made it better, see: – Yannis Jun 11 '13 at 10:40
In the future please don't post two answers. You can edit your existing answer then undelete it. – Shadow Wizard Jun 11 '13 at 12:17
It was a double post. Notice this answer was deleted. – raam86 Jun 11 '13 at 12:42
@Yannis thank you, I see my mistake now. – raam86 Jun 11 '13 at 12:49

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