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Feb
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comment Why isn't there a culture of paying for frameworks?
There's a fairly well established business model for trading money-for-romance, just like there's a fairly well established business model for trading money-for-software. But some people who are willing to offer romance are only willing to accept romance as repayment, and some people who are willing to offer software are only willing to accept software (or bug reports, feature suggestions, work on documentation, translations, or evangelization) as repayment. It depends on the person who is offering romance, and it depends on the person who is offering software.
Feb
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answered Why isn't there a culture of paying for frameworks?
Feb
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answered Is there a universal date format that anyone in the world can understand?
Jan
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answered How do I (tactfully) tell my project manager or lead developer that the project's codebase needs serious work?
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answered Will I be majorly disadvantaged learning Ruby with Rails version prior to 3?
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comment Overused or abused programming techniques
Ruby code uses this technique to try and load a better implementation of X and, if the better implementation is unavailable, later code will simply use the fallback implementation.
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