Published: Jul 01 2014 / 14:56
Ouch... this is bad. Not just a little bad, but really, really, really bad. It's hard where to even begin explaining this. People who voted, specially mswatcher, did you READ the "article", or did you vote based on the title alone? I'm seriously curious what the reasons were for upvoting this.
what is the bad in that article. may i know that please?
It starts right with this comment. "what is the bad in that article". Even if English is not your first language, how hard is it to start a sentence with a capital? Anyway, the article's quality is such that it's quite a challenge to even begin explaining where it's lacking. Let me try a little though. The major issue is that the article is more like a stream of conscience than a well written piece. It doesn't introduce the reader to the topic or context at hand but just starts with a blurb: "Since there are multiple layers representing multiple logics there will be clean separation of roles or logics." The usage of "Since" isn't an introduction, it explains something that was said before, but it's the opening, nothing was said before. The sentence itself hardly means anything. "Multiple layers representing multiple logics" is simply an extreme poor wording. If you need to ask why this is bad, then that's telling enough. I'm really trying belief me, but c'mon: "multiple logics"? You can't say "multiple logics", that's just not a thing. The sentence also isn't logical. In essence it says: "Since there are multiple logics there will be a clean separation of logics". Ignoring for a moment the simple fact that you can't say "logics" (it doesn't exist in English), the sentence doesn't make sense. And this is just the first sentence. I could repeat this for basically every one in the article, but even article is a big word. It's mostly just a bunch of bullet points. Just a few more comments anyway: "Web Authors : These programmers use JSP in developers presentation logic of the application." - ignoring the obvious wrong grammar and wording, a web author does not automatically use JSP. You could say that a "front end developer" uses some web templating language *such as* JSP, but not in this direct way that such a person uses JSP period. Last comment I give is about "J2EE Developers". Really? I mean, c'mon dude! This term was deprecated in 2005! Ever since it has been "Java EE". All in all, this article just does not have the quality of many other articles. Really, I'm trying to help you by giving constructive comments and I hope this can help you to improve your writing. Good luck!
Yes..Henk, you are right. you have given me a detailed explanation about my article with great patience. I will do my changes to that article. Thanks for your Constructive comments.
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