5
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2answers
366 views

Buzzword for “performance-aware” software development

There seems to be an overabundance of buzzwords for software development styles and methodologies: Agile development, extreme programming, test-driven development, etc... well, is there any sort of ...
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1answer
264 views

Is the “jQuery programming style” a kind of Reactive programming?

jQuery is a Javascript library and framework, but when we are programming with jQuery into DOM problems/solutions, we can practice a style quite different of programming... We can read about jQuery ...
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3answers
298 views

How can I create and manage permissions more dynamically?

I want to implement a security system into my web-based Intranet application which allows security administrators to 'fine-tune' exactly what type of access a user/role has to an object. For example, ...
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3answers
240 views

How should compound words be handled when coding? Is there a definitive list of compound words? [closed]

QUESTION: How should you handle compound words when programming? Are there any good lists available online for developers of generally accepted technology-related compound words? I can see how ...
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8answers
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What is the term for a really BIG source code commit?

Sometimes when we check the commit history of a software, we may see that there are a few commits that are really BIG - they may change 10 or 20 files with hundreds of changed source code lines ...
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0answers
51 views

Good practice and terminology of braces [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Should curly braces appear on their own line? I've come across two methods of using braces with if/for/switch/while/function blocks in Java, JS, C++, and PHP (any ...
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2answers
647 views

What does a “bodyshop” (in context of a programming job /environment) mean

I've kept on coming across the term "bodyshop" in terms of a programming job/environment but despite googling I can't find out what exactly this is referring to? Can someone please enlighten me?
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6answers
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Method vs Function vs Procedure

Simple question, but I often hear these three terms defined with such ferocity, but which have been known to me to mean different things over the years. What are the "correct" definitions of ...