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comment Securing my own software… against myself?
I don't think it's that they don't trust him, I think someone told them to think about the rogue developer scenario (maybe from a bad experience) and they feel like they should be doing something about that.
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answered Will pre-loading a small file in Node.js significantly improve web server efficiency?
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comment How to write “good” unit tests?
... and if that changed, tests on things that consume said library ... tl;dr; I don't need to test the innards of third-party code. Answer updated for clarity, though.
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comment Storing and retrieving simple data within a framework
Before answering, I'd like to know if you're really this concerned with just a few things you'd need to store for sanity checking at boostrap, or if perhaps you're working on something where it's quite a bit more than a few things? If you're just looking at PHP runtime and refusing to run if things aren't what you need, then you're probably micro-optimizing. If you're needing to make a lot of choices based on these values, that's another. You've given version as an example, is that really all there is to this? That matters for an answer.