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revised What is the etymology of the phrase “Source Code”?
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Apr
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comment What is the etymology of the phrase “Source Code”?
changed my answer to say target.
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revised What is the etymology of the phrase “Source Code”?
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answered What is the etymology of the phrase “Source Code”?
Mar
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revised How to maintain different, customized versions of the same software for multiple clients
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answered How to maintain different, customized versions of the same software for multiple clients
Mar
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comment Resources for Test Driven Development in Web Applications?
the tools available will depend on the language. which language(s) are you using?
Mar
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revised Bugs vs. Nonexistent Features
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answered Bugs vs. Nonexistent Features
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15
comment How was programming done 20 years ago?
Everything after "Get Off My Lawn You Rotten Kids" is a joke right?
Mar
12
answered Most underestimated programming tool
Mar
12
answered Best way to estimate cost related to porting code from language A to language B?
Mar
12
comment What do you do when one thinks the code isn't complicated enough?
I find it crazy that you first consider "only writing 3 SQL queries" as a negative and then come around to thinking of it as a positive.
Mar
12
comment Resources for improving your comprehension of recursion?
+1 this is the way I grokked it. e.g. if you're using OO make some classes with a parent child relationship and then try and make a function/method that checks if an object has a specific ancestor.
Mar
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answered How to separate development process and configuration management aspects of SVN?
Mar
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answered Is using SVN for development and CM a bad practice?
Mar
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answered Is there a process-oriented IDE?
Mar
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comment Type of computer for a developer on the road
@Anish As I've said in my answer, the impact the size has on the keyboard may be more important than the screen size. Also larger screen means larger resolution while remaining at a readable text size.
Mar
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answered Type of computer for a developer on the road