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Graduated 2010 in Computer Science and Spanish, now working professionally in iOS development.


Nov
22
comment The value of an updated specification
I updated the question to clarify that it's our product; there's no external client.
Nov
22
comment The value of an updated specification
I updated the question to clarify that the "client" is us; there's no external client involved.
Nov
22
revised The value of an updated specification
Clarified client
Nov
22
revised The value of an updated specification
Added experience note
Nov
22
asked The value of an updated specification
Nov
21
accepted Visual Web Developer 2010 Express, automated testing, and SVN
Nov
21
comment Visual Web Developer 2010 Express, automated testing, and SVN
The tests are for the back-end data stuff, not the front end that the designer would be modifying.
Jul
28
asked Visual Web Developer 2010 Express, automated testing, and SVN
Jun
28
awarded  Nice Question
Jun
28
comment When is it OK to sacrifice the “neatness” of the design to get a project done?
@Ranieri - you mean none of the managers. I would hope that it would itch the programmers' minds a little.
Jun
28
accepted When is it OK to sacrifice the “neatness” of the design to get a project done?
Jun
28
asked When is it OK to sacrifice the “neatness” of the design to get a project done?
Jun
16
comment Can a non-programmer successfully run a software company?
Oh, I know this model won't scale. Like I said, I'm working on getting SVN in use more effectively. :-)
Jun
15
answered Can a non-programmer successfully run a software company?
Jun
6
comment Security for data produced by ASP.NET web serivce
@Wyatt Barnett - could you clarify what you're saying yes to? Are you saying it's a good idea to implement additional encryption?
Jun
6
accepted Security for data produced by ASP.NET web serivce
Jun
2
comment Security for data produced by ASP.NET web serivce
@Wyatt Barnett - Is it ever necessary (or even advantageous) to encrypt the data sent over SSL in order to gain further protection, or are additional measures such as OAuth and API keys meant to protect against stuff like replay attacks and unauthorized service use?
Jun
2
comment Security for data produced by ASP.NET web serivce
@Steven A. Lowe - no smokescreen. I've been told that SSL plus some kind of key will indeed solve the security issue, but that it would be better to find another way in order to avoid the cost of setting up an SSL certificate, which I've been told is more than is being indicated here.
Jun
1
comment Security for data produced by ASP.NET web serivce
SSL will take a nontrivial amount of time to implement, because the site getting the certificate needs a unique IP, which means more router settings and stuff like that to configure.
Jun
1
comment Security for data produced by ASP.NET web serivce
The problem isn't as much the cost of buying the certificate as assigning the site a unique IP and the associated setup with that.