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Stone word backfire with vengeance
Hopeless divine intervention
Leader, where's the peace you pursue
Can't let any more follow you
Teach to bleach the stains of your guilt
Envy of moral free lives built
Live with the torment that they live through
Your sins will only rest on you



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comment What is a good use case for scala?
@Giorgio that is fine case, I say nothing against that, I'm saying that develop in both languages everytime chosing on which one will be better is bad pattern for a project.
Nov
14
comment What is a good use case for scala?
I still don't understand that mixing. If Scala is that good for you then just use it everywhere you can in your project. That will be sane and I understand it but using it for some features in some cases is wrong way in my opinion. Is there reason to not just switch project to Scala?
Nov
14
comment What is a good use case for scala?
Lines of code makes no sense at all. if perl code could be 5x smaller than python it doesn't mean it's easier to test and contains lesser potential bugs. Yes, there are some project with mixed perl and python but I don't really see it as cool feature.
Nov
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answered What is a good use case for scala?
Nov
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accepted What will be correct answer to “why is NoSQL faster than SQL” on interview?
Nov
12
comment What will be correct answer to “why is NoSQL faster than SQL” on interview?
That's what I feel when I hear the question but I think your answer is not what interviewer does expect to get. The question is build in way that I feel alike there is some NoSQL "killer-feature" that I don't know...
Nov
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asked What will be correct answer to “why is NoSQL faster than SQL” on interview?
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comment Is there anything in .NET that allows me to define a grammar and generate a programming language?
Nemerle maybe ?
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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Nice Question
May
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comment What do I need to do to NOT steal “Hello World” code with a GPL license?
So but, it's really strange example. It's example, that means I must to read it and follow it... but as far as I understand I'm free to not pick GPL license here. So I know who is Stallman ;)
May
12
comment What do I need to do to NOT steal “Hello World” code with a GPL license?
no... I mix K&R with GNU for personal standard ;)
May
12
comment What do I need to do to NOT steal “Hello World” code with a GPL license?
so it's a part of example... my main part will be very different but I still need this math operations so ... need I ... steal them? :P or must I write my own ^^ like above in question...
May
12
comment What do I need to do to NOT steal “Hello World” code with a GPL license?
by the way I think that functions definition in #define (when that is not one operator) is wrong manner / way of code in C.
May
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comment What do I need to do to NOT steal “Hello World” code with a GPL license?
I've changed some of formatting in question, I hope it's safe now... sadly I liked GPL version more :'(
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revised What do I need to do to NOT steal “Hello World” code with a GPL license?
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