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XML encoding can be tricky, because some XML generators might hard-code a generic content type such as ISO-8859-1 even if the document contains e.g. UTF-8. Part of the reason is most text is ASCII, and valid (7-bit) ASCII is also valid as most other encodings. Developers might not understand character encoding or might not care (works with my test data!). ...


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Since you are not developing a website or a web application, but a desktop application which stores its data on a server, there are indeed a few layers you can skip. A common approach, in this situation, is to use web services. When a service should be lightweight and interoperable (that is, you can use it with ease from virtually every programming ...


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A lot of it is about communication skills. You should also know that being skeptical about new tools is common in software industry. More on this later. First: Your Mindset You are not selling so don't feel like it. You are kindly presenting a solution to a common problem so be confident. (Actually if you were marketing a product, you would also be ...


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Yes, there are tools like that and the best thing about them is that: You can have your own custom standards and analysis rules This is what you are pretty much looking for here. So if you guys have a standard procedure through which you go through when code reviewing the SQL code just make your own custom standards and/or analysis rules and you ...



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