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Dec
29
awarded  Yearling
Jan
23
comment Is Using Locking/Unlocking in Version Control an Anti-Pattern?
There's no reason for locking in a DVCS. When you clone a repository, you get the entire repository, including all of the history.
Dec
29
awarded  Yearling
Sep
12
comment Should I include HTML markup in my JSON response?
Not to mention that JSON without markup is smaller and uses less bandwidth.
Sep
12
revised conventions for friend methods in Perl
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Sep
12
answered conventions for friend methods in Perl
Aug
28
comment Boss solution vs Developer solution
Don't build a column with concatenated data. That's not what relational databases are for. Your boss's idea is superior.
Aug
22
awarded  Scholar
Aug
22
accepted Is it frowned upon to release works in progress to github/sourceforge/bitbucket/etc?
Aug
22
awarded  Student
Aug
21
asked Is it frowned upon to release works in progress to github/sourceforge/bitbucket/etc?
Aug
21
awarded  Civic Duty
Aug
20
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Aug
15
awarded  Excavator
Aug
15
revised What does the suffix after software engineer/developer job titles mean? (e.g. Software Developer III)
i.e. != e.g.
Aug
15
suggested approved edit on What does the suffix after software engineer/developer job titles mean? (e.g. Software Developer III)
Aug
9
comment Is there a programming language where 1/6 behaves the same as 1.0/6.0?
@delnan - en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Weak_typing I suppose it might be possible to have a strongly typed language in which / is automatically overloaded depending on the types of the arguments, but that seems like a violation of the Principle of Least Astonishment to me...
Aug
9
comment A completely free and open programming language
Yes. Perl. And many others.
Aug
9
revised Is there a programming language where 1/6 behaves the same as 1.0/6.0?
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Aug
9
answered Is there a programming language where 1/6 behaves the same as 1.0/6.0?