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comment Development Test Interview
Before pushing to github or other public repositories, for posterity as the time-frame for the OP's test by now has long passed, pay attention to guidelines on managing and submitting test material, particularly code to whomever is the proctor. Certain licensing may be required for acceptable submission, and thus distribution/cross-site publication could be restricted.
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comment Painfully Stupid Method Names in Legacy Code: Fix or Leave as Warning?
While continual improvement is a nice thing to engage in, it may not be budgeted and it may not be consequence free. strategy for refactoring API legacy method names
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answered External id for every relational table
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comment Levels of user permissions in a RESTful API
Leet
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comment Why do most programming languages only support returning a single value from a function?
A tuple, or any structured grouping, is different because it expresses a valid, innate relationship between the distinct [primitive] values, even if the relationship is tenuous.
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awarded  Civic Duty
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answered Use Case Diagrams - should I create a diagram just for a view business rule?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Why is an operating System denoted as 32 bit or 64 bit
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comment Structuring Access Control In Hierarchical Object Graph
Is the question essentially, what advantages exist, if any, in applying implicit (option #1) vs. explicit (option #2) cascading permissions? There are a couple issues with explicit cascading permissions: child object moves (easier to handle) and creation after the fact (harder to handle).
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reviewed No Action Needed The difference between waterfall model and object oriented model?
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reviewed Reviewed Algorithms for Data Redundancy and Failover for distributed storage system?
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comment Algorithms for Data Redundancy and Failover for distributed storage system?
This is a fairly broad topic, which is not what this site is about. What we want is for questions to be discreet, and as narrow as possible. Would you please consider breaking this down into perhaps separate questions for each of the concerns. Of course, feel free to provide links back to the other posts if you feel the context from each adds to the other, and of course any links to research you have already done on the topic helps too.
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comment What to call objects that may delete cached data to meet memory constraints?
I've seen sweeper used as terminology for that purpose in a couple different Rails and Django efforts.
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Alternatives to Octopus for deploying .NET applications?
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comment Concept of bit fields
IBM's page on Declaring and Using Bit Fields in Structures is a bit more explicit in explaining alignment and padding.
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comment Concept of bit fields
Busy [wire] protocols often like packed packets, too ;)
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