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Oct
5
comment Is a code review which uses only code comments a good idea?
@gaRex Yes you are looking at the wrong place. atlassian.com/software/crucible/pricing/?tab=download If you need any more information we should start a chat not use the comments.Hope this helps.
Oct
5
comment Is a code review which uses only code comments a good idea?
It's one time $10 if you install locally and does not require JIRA.
Oct
4
comment Is a code review which uses only code comments a good idea?
Atlassian Crucible is essentially free for up to 10 developers. It also happens to be the best code review tool I've used. The comments approach is viable but can make it hard to track state.
Aug
29
comment GPL - what is distribution?
@MartinBeckett It doesn't matter. Unless you are suggesting that Department A would produce a product from GPL source and not give Department B the source.
Aug
27
comment Why aren't there native Javascript interpreters for Windows/Mac/Linux?
NodeJS runs on Google's V8. You can use V8 to do whatever you want. So even if NodeJS isn't a fit for you V8 might be.
Aug
26
comment What are you thoughts on GWT?
Don't confuse DOM with JavaScript. It's not JS that is the problem.
Aug
24
comment Can my company give IP rights away for an application I wrote off hours to another startup?
@Keltari Your comment is a logical fallacy. You are assuming that by him asking on this web site he is taking it as legal advice and will forgo legal counsel. Haven't you ever asked a friend something knowing full well they cannot legally solve a problem for you?
Aug
24
comment Can my company give IP rights away for an application I wrote off hours to another startup?
I was disappointed you got more up votes then me, then I read your answer. It is superb. It brings everything back to earth and deals with the human factor. +1
Aug
24
comment Can my company give IP rights away for an application I wrote off hours to another startup?
I feel confident he knew he was posting to programmers.stackexchange.com not legaladvice.stackexchange.com
Aug
23
comment Can my company give IP rights away for an application I wrote off hours to another startup?
@JonathanAllen I am not certain the unpaid intern clauses would hold up considering the work he did is directly related to his internship. I believe the intent of the laws is to allow the interns to work on other things. The problem is he had to use Company IP to create his program.
Aug
23
comment Can my company give IP rights away for an application I wrote off hours to another startup?
@stonemetal Not profiting from unpaid interns seems like an oxymoron. Isn't the whole point of getting unpaid interns to profit off of them (regardless of the morality of it)?
Aug
23
comment Can my company give IP rights away for an application I wrote off hours to another startup?
@maple_shaft Until you have been responsible for not only your family but the families of all your employees don't assume Managers or "MBA's" don't do a lot of work. It sucks when a bad decision gets you fired, but it sucks more when a bad decision tanks a company and gets everyone fired.
Aug
23
comment Can my company give IP rights away for an application I wrote off hours to another startup?
@Sign If the director has authority to make a decision about where the product goes after that, what is the difference?
Aug
23
comment Can my company give IP rights away for an application I wrote off hours to another startup?
You are sadly mistaken if you think Companies go along with a tatic like this.
Aug
23
comment Running software as a service using unmodified GPL(v2+) program as a core dependency: must the SaaS source code be released?
Apparently I am mistaken about GLPv3. It was struck out of it. linux-mag.com/id/3017
Aug
23
comment Running software as a service using unmodified GPL(v2+) program as a core dependency: must the SaaS source code be released?
If it's GPLv3 or Affero then yes you do. Those licenses were tailored to fix and close the "software as a service" loop hole.
Aug
18
comment Why are errors named as “Exception” but not as “Error” in programming languages?
Not all exceptional situations are errors.
Aug
18
comment Choosing between Single or multiple projects in a git repository?
How would you release those individual projects as separate releases? Or do you never need to do that? That is the problem I have. With if you need to create a V1 of Project A, and V2 of Project B.
Aug
18
comment Choosing between Single or multiple projects in a git repository?
I have a very similar issue right now. I need to release different versions of a project so they will need to be in different repositories. This is a nightmare to manage though. It would be great if there was a way to branch just sub directories.
Aug
15
comment Asking back technical questions during the interview (as the interviewee)
You can probably gauge their level of competence by the questions they ask and how they respond to your answers. It is a technique to turn the interview around and to silently start interviewing them by shifting the focus.