Alternative mechanism for reflective access control (#ReflectiveAccessToNonExportedTypes / #AwkwardStrongEncapsulation)

dalibor topic dalibor.topic at
Tue Sep 27 11:04:10 UTC 2016

On 27.09.2016 13:01, dalibor topic wrote:
> On 27.09.2016 12:03, Andrew Dinn wrote:
>> Yes we could use braces instead of a
>> belt, but why do we /need/ braces when we can already wear a belt?
> I don't think that it's an either one or another proposition,
> Although the developing fashion sense in some countries dictated going
> with either one or the other choice, with belts reigning supreme among
> many market constituents, among heavy duty work clothing, using
> suspenders (braces) along with duty belts tends to provide better
> ergonomics due to better distribution of weight across shoulders and
> back away from lower back alone, resulting in lower back pain incidence
> among wearers.
> Please see Slide 24 of
> for an example of such work safety recommendations and
> for an example of research on the benefits of using suspenders to reduce
> lower back pain in police officers, that often need to carry heavy duty
> belts.

And for historical fashion discussion in this area, please see (or 
rather listen to) 

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