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Jun
24
comment Is it a “pattern smell” to put getters like “FullName” or “FormattedPhoneNumber” in your model?
@DanM let us continue this discussion in chat
Jun
24
comment Is it a “pattern smell” to put getters like “FullName” or “FormattedPhoneNumber” in your model?
@DanM: Then that's what you ask for, i.e. ask them to type in their full legal name. If you're sorting by first name, you're really sorting on the first letter (then the second, and so on) of the first name (then the next, then so on), so the names will sort the same regardless.
Jun
23
revised Learning computer architecture as a programmer
fixed links
Jun
22
comment Alternatives to OAuth?
Thanks for explaining the distinction. I held a completely wrong assumption!
Jun
22
comment Alternatives to OAuth?
I was refering to "i just find [OAuth] is the best of a bad bunch of options" which implied to me that in comparison to OAuth, OpenID is lacking. I don't know IT security, so I'm interested in answers to your question.
Jun
22
comment Alternatives to OAuth?
Also: you might find a more receptive audience over at security.stackexchange.com
Jun
22
comment Alternatives to OAuth?
@sdolgy: if you explain why you find other options (e.g. OpenID) lacking in comparison to OAuth, and explain in you question what OAuth lacks in security, then maybe more answers would be forthcoming.
Jun
22
answered What exactly do I need to do if I use a LGPL licenced library?
Jun
20
comment Is it a good idea for exams to be done on a computer?
@Jetti: universities are able to commandeer multiple rooms, halls, etc. to conduct the exams. If it's important enough, the university can get networking suspended to a room for an exam, it's what network admins are for.
Jun
17
comment Inspirational software for end-users written in Haskell?
Lenny222, could you expand on why those examples are good? I think this would encourage good answer.
Jun
17
comment Inspirational software for end-users written in Haskell?
It will be interesting to see if this question stays open. It feels borderline not constructive, but at the same time could elicit some really interesting answers.
Jun
16
comment How mature is FreeBASIC?
The FreeBASIC forums seem a better place to ask this question.
Jun
16
comment Going about increasing salary during performance review
@Marjan: actually what I earn now is half what I earned before. But that's another story :-D (i.e. I agree that I'm atypical)
Jun
15
revised Is it worth Learning XML as a web developer when JSON is better for AJAX?
removed thank you
Jun
15
comment Going about increasing salary during performance review
@Marjan Venema: I have to disagree. It could well be a cultural thing, but in the UK I have only once had a conversation with co-workers about salary, and that was when I first joined and they wanted to know what I earned before, not what I earn now.
Jun
15
answered Is python a good choice to develop UIs? If so, wxPython or Tkinter?
Jun
13
comment Scoping recommendations while developing in C
Or perhaps the other way around: I'd rather you didn't use global variables but if you do be sure to use a condom.
Jun
7
comment What kind of software should we write? What technology should we deliver?
Indeed, yes, @mattnz. The pixie software alliance have been producing critical systems for the last 50 years. ;-)
Jun
7
comment Power failure should be considered as a scenario to implement?
when you say electric loss, do you mean power cut? As in all the power goes off?
Jun
7
answered Does craftsmanship pay off?