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Oct
25
comment How important is using the same language for client and server?
Would you also say that there is no technical disadvantage, possibly an advantage in using a different language for every single subsystem?
Oct
24
answered Can higher-order functions in FP be interpreted as some kind of dependency injection?
Oct
23
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Oct
21
answered Is functional intellisense and code browsing more beneficial than the use of dependency injection containers
Oct
20
revised How is the Linux repository administrated?
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Oct
20
answered How is the Linux repository administrated?
Oct
15
answered What is SAP and where can I learn about it?
Oct
15
answered Everything has an Interface
Oct
15
answered What are unique aspects of a software Lifecycle of an attack/tool on a software vulnerability?
Oct
13
awarded  Populist
Oct
11
comment What are the advantages of using the Java debugger over println?
@Mike Brown: dragging the line indicator is one feature eclipse does not have, but it does have a button to rewind the stack.
Oct
11
revised What are the advantages of using the Java debugger over println?
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Oct
11
answered What are the advantages of using the Java debugger over println?
Oct
11
awarded  Good Answer
Oct
10
awarded  Good Answer
Oct
10
comment System that splits passwords across two servers
Personally, I'd be very wary of such a setup as it makes the system considerably more complex, and more complexity means more potential weaknesses for an attacker to exploit.
Oct
10
revised Isn't MVC anti OOP?
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Oct
10
comment Isn't MVC anti OOP?
+1: I usually dislike explanations through analogies, but this one is brilliant.
Oct
10
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
10
comment Isn't MVC anti OOP?
@m3th0dman: that's a pretty simplistic characterization of DDD.