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May
21
comment Where should my team start with becoming “modern”?
@PeterMortensen True, but only if you know what the right places are.
May
21
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May
20
answered Where should my team start with becoming “modern”?
Mar
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answered Can you “stop” a C program from being reverse engineered?
Feb
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awarded  Yearling
Dec
6
answered “Enterprise” version of GPL'd code?
Feb
23
answered Why five dining philosophers?
Feb
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awarded  Yearling
Feb
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answered Regulation of the software industry
Feb
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awarded  Yearling
Jan
30
comment Is it legal to reuse code in other customers' projects?
It may be in your interest to suggest a deal in which you can reuse the code, but not in projects for your customer's competitors. That seems more palatable from their point of view.
Dec
1
comment How is the development of languages like Python and Perl funded?
In open source, it is very common for a person to give their time and effort for free, for the greater good plus to earn reputation, while they earn their living doing something else. It's not much different than the motivation for answering questions on StackExchange.
Nov
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awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
14
answered Is it wise to ask about design decisions made on a product during an interview?
Nov
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answered C++ skills higher than C skills?
Oct
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Oct
27
answered What is the/Is there a right way to tell management that our code sucks?
Oct
26
answered Get 100 highest numbers from an infinite list
Oct
25
answered Why was Python's popularity so sudden?
Oct
21
comment Definition of a Software bug. Blizzard Entertainment insists that my “bug” is not a bug at all. Are they right?
@Stargazer & Matt: IMHO, the correct behaviour for Blizzard would be to recognize it as erroneous, than state clearly that they have no intention of fixing it.