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I'm a software developer, I'm currently working on Windows CE in the automotive infotainment field. I'm unsatisfied of my company and generally of software industry in Italy. I would like to emigrate to the programmer's paradise.


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comment How common is meta-programming?
@SK-logic: I mean new code being generated on demand at runtime. Templates are processed by the compiler, you can see them as a powerful kind of precompiler macro.
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comment How do developers find the time to stay on top of latest technologies?
@Droid: I don't even see how this question could be a career advice!
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accepted How to implement a safe password history
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comment How to implement a safe password history
@JoachimSauer: if you have an n big enough, and you don't disclose it to the users, you will probably prevent users to even try choosing a sequence.
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comment How to implement a safe password history
@KevinVermeer: there's no real definition of 'minimal change', I guess... Ideally the new password should be totally unrelated to all the previous passwords...
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comment How to implement a safe password history
Well this is certainly a clever workaround if you don't have a requirement of testing against n previous passwords, however the suggestion of generating the alternatives just in time is better. But generating alternatives of both passwords is even better!