And the cost of keeping one on death row is ridiculous. Those family members are suffering and nothing can bring back what was taken from them. Imagine, if your husband, wife, daughter, son, mother, father, brother, sister was a victim, is someone took their life, say by chopping them to pieces or by stabbing them repeatedly or just take the worst case scenario for yourself. Would you not think money comes into play here. Medical treatment due to depression. Cost of a funeral, income, debts, etc. those can be taken care of by the money spent on keeping one on death row. It costs million to take care of and get rid of a prisoner on death row. There are now 3232 prisoners on death row and 58 prisoners on Federal death row. That’s 3209 all together. And to think million is just the cost for the lower inmates on death row. Federal is more extensive, more expensive. All together $7,238,000,000 is used to house, feed, dress and execute those prisoners. When it could be used to help the victims families. Even half of that could help out those families and the other half be put to better use. Anyone here heard of education? Health insurance? Benefits for those who put their lives out there to keep s safe?
I prefer the administration of service contracts together with D(b)I in coding. They should go together. The use of D(b)I as a technical solution without organizational administration of service contracts is not very beneficial in my point of view, because DI is then just an extra layer of encapsulation. But when you can use it together with organizational administration you can really make use of the organizing principle D(b)I offers. It can help you in the long run to structure communication with the client and other technical departments in topics as testing, versioning and the development of alternatives. When you have an implicit interface as in a hardcoded class, then is it much less communicable over time then when you make it explicit using D(b)I. It all boils down to maintenance, which is over time and not at a time. :-)