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Clause (a): "... working on your own applications ..." The example cited by Dudley is a situation where the small agency is creating what's known as a "work for hire" -- the work in question will belong to the Fortune 500 firm. Normally it is not the small agency's "own application". The agency cannot, for example, sell it or give it away on street corners ...


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It looks like size of your client is important. From Visual Studio 2013 and MSDN Licensing Whitepaper - November-2014 page 10: "Example 2: A Fortune 500 firm has outsourced the development of its store-locator mobile application to a small agency. The application is not an open source project. The agency has 5 employees working on the project and would ...


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Personally I include only the source files WRT source control. Its a rare case when generated files should be added to source control - maybe if they were generated once and never changed, and the generation step is lengthy or complex, otherwise I can't think of a good reason. For compilation - if they need to be added to the project then I tend to add them ...


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Removing unused code, is just extra baggage and hard to measure the efficiencies gained. Removing unused code, brings down the compilation time, I am working on a project which takes anywhere from 15 to 20 minutes, there is tons of unused code. Eliminating unused code decreased the compile time to ~7 minutes. This makes a diff when there are many ...



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