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revised Who is responsible for defects found during development?
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comment Who is responsible for defects found during development?
@Matthlieu: I should have clarified this as "negative financial incentives" (i.e., client sues us and we go bankrupt).
Jun
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answered Who is responsible for defects found during development?
May
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answered What skills are needed for machine learning jobs?
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comment What kind of bug is this?
@Rein: If you follow the various deals sites (like SlickDeals/Fatwallet), you will regularly see users reporting on (and exploiting) these sort of errors (e.g., double application of coupons). Unfortunately, most companies have learned to cancel orders when these sort of things happen.
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answered What kind of bug is this?
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answered What is a hack?
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answered Is “Hiring only the Best” a really practical advice for normal desktop application programming?
Apr
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answered Javadoc usage on real projects
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answered Javadoc usage on real projects
Apr
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revised Implementation of communication between packages (Java)
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answered Implementation of communication between packages (Java)
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answered Preparation for Ph.D
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answered What should I expect as a C++ software engineer in a company that develops python web applications?
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comment Do GUI programmers have an undue advantage over others?
Having to work with layouts (whether Swing, GWT, HTML, CSS.) is such a torture that not having to deal with it is an advantage...
Apr
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answered Is it a good idea to take a dev job knowing you'll be leaving shortly?
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answered Importance of learning to google efficiently for a programmer?