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How do you determine how coarse or fine-grained a 'responsibility' should be when using the single responsibility principle?
by billputer in Web Design

In the SRP, a 'responsibility' is usually described as 'a reason to change', so that each class (or object?) should have only one reason someone should have to go in there and change it.


But if you take this to the extreme fine-grain you could say that an object adding two numbers together is a responsibility and a possible reason to change. Therefore the object should contain no


Social Responsibility Issues: Responsibility Toward the Environment
by MD. in Business
Thomas Lyon, director of Erb Institute for Global Sustainable Enterprise, indicates the desire of companies to "appear green" and to participate in efforts of nature preservation. He points out that this is the reason why corporations like Bank of America and British Petroleum have engaged in initiatives of environmental social responsibility. In terms of environmental protection, social responsi

Personal Responsibility Vs. Professional Responsibility
by Bateluer in Business
Personal responsibility refers to a person's individual obligations to herself, family, friends, community and coworkers. Personal responsibilities include house payments, car payments, student loans, medical bills, utilities, childcare and personal care. An individual is also personally responsible for her own happiness, emotional well-being, intellectual development and career satisfaction. Prof

Is Being an RN a Lot More Responsibility Than an LPN?
by Tashi in Personal Finance
Registered nurses (RNs) and licensed practical nurses (LPNs) are both found on the staffs of hospitals, doctors' offices, nursing facilities and outpatient care centers. While each title can be achieved through a few different educational paths, becoming an RN requires more schooling, and so RNs can take on more responsibility than an LPN. ResponsibilitiesLPNs work under the direction of both R

The Responsibility of an Entrepreneur
by orneka in Business
Entrepreneurs play an important part in the economy as they create jobs for people. Entrepreneurs work in many different industries, including the restaurant, computer software and consulting industries. An entrepreneur's duties are contingent upon what type of business she owns. For example, direct sales entrepreneurs spend most of their time selling their wares. However, there are certain respon

The DMV & Financial Responsibility
by cubby1223 in Personal Finance
When it comes to financial responsibility, the DMV is the administrator and enforcer of the state's compliance requirements. The DMV verifies compliance, identifies violators and issues penalties, as outlined by the state's department of insurance. ComplianceThe DMV is the headquarters of compliance verification. In most states, drivers are required to show proof of their financial responsibili

What Is the Responsibility of a Teacher?
by björnen in Education
Teachers play vital roles in promoting the social and intellectual growth of children; teachers nationwide strive everyday to provide an education that can help determine their future success, according to the U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics. Teachers are leaders, coaches and facilitators in the classroom, and they are responsible for carrying out a multitude of tasks, includ

Responsibility of the HR Manager
by TRobison in Personal Finance
The role of an HR manager, or human resources manager, is a varied one that requires a high level of competence in communication and people management. An office-based position, the HR manager is directly responsible for company policies that affect the workforce. HR managers are found in many different organizations and companies. RecruitingThe HR manager's primary responsibility is the recrui

Ethics of Responsibility
by lync-server-2010 in Business
Responsibility is an intrinsic part of ethics and moral behavior. Responsibility, in general, refers to the fact that any actor is a free agent, whose actions derive from free decisions. Therefore, one can praise or blame an employee or a manager for specific decisions. If the decision was somehow coerced, there would be no responsibility. However, responsibility has other dimensions, such as "soc

Responsibility of an Aesthetician
by cubeless in Careers & Job Searching
Aestheticians specializes in skin care and are often employed by spas or salons and offer a variety of treatments, ranging from giving facials to educating clients about proper skin cleansing. While an aesthetician must know the basics of skin care, she can also specialize in treatments such as chemical peels and hair removal through electrolysis. Customer ServiceCustomer service is among respo

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