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comment HDD Failure Paranoia
Backups and anxiety management. ;)
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comment Using third-party libraries - always use a wrapper?
@kevin Agreed. I assumed that most wrappers are relatively simple. If they are not, one should have enough sense to take that into consideration.
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comment Using third-party libraries - always use a wrapper?
@Lie One can simply update the wrapper and slowly begin to use the new functionality. The idea being that the existing functionality will still work and you are not forced to make changes to the code using it.
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comment Using third-party libraries - always use a wrapper?
@kevin That is more work, and thus carries more risk, than simply updating the wrapper and running the tests.
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comment Why most of large corporations websites are bad?
@anna Maybe you'd be guessing, but I see some solid principles which apply here and would be useful for programmers to keep in mind before they jump to criticize a business.
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comment Why most of large corporations websites are bad?
+1 result of an average of efforts going in different directions