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Nov
13
answered Issues with the intended behavior of a Service layer?
Nov
13
revised Issues with the intended behavior of a Service layer?
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Nov
13
answered ISO 12207: Verification of integration and Unit test validation
Nov
12
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Nov
11
answered Wide gap in my resume as a Java developer. What are must-have skills required to get hired those days?
Nov
8
answered Because of over incumbent patents, is it possible to safely develop any software without the risk of legal action?
Nov
8
revised How do I trust an off site application
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Nov
8
comment Why is Java version 1.X referred to as Java X?
Java version numbers are just a crazy mess (and I hear Solaris/SunOS is even worse). Just ignore them except as a total oredring of feature bundles.
Nov
8
answered How do I trust an off site application
Nov
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Nov
7
comment Why does Java use UTF-16 for internal string representation?
@Oded: absolutely unwarranted, as DeadMG's answer shows.
Nov
7
comment Is wrapping a third party code the only solution to unit test its consumers?
-1: Except in cases where the third party library provides a service for which there is a standardized API, this is a huge waste of time andwill only reduce maintainability by having you duplicate code. Also, YAGNI.
Nov
5
comment What is the difference between “data hiding” and “encapsulation”?
@Software Engeneering Learner: classes as source code constructs represent the second notion. As for information hiding, the point is that limiting the scope of data is often based on specific and separate language mechanisms.
Nov
4
comment Why did object-oriented paradigms take so long to go mainstream?
@Giorgio: I consider that discovery a rite of passage that marks your growing up from being infatuated with the latest and greatest to being an experienced developer who can see through fads and distinguish what's actually useful.
Nov
4
answered What is the difference between “data hiding” and “encapsulation”?
Nov
2
comment What are the security implications of running untrusted code on my server?
@tdammers: privilege escalation vulnerabilities are so numerous that I wouldn't put too much faith in anything below full virtualization.
Nov
2
comment What are the security implications of running untrusted code on my server?
Basically, if someone can run arbitary code on your server, it's not, in fact, your server anymore.
Oct
31
comment test coverage reality
100% coverage with no asserts still tests the absence of (uncaught) exceptions, which can be quite valuable.
Oct
30
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Oct
30
revised How is time calculation performed by a computer?
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