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Apr
25
comment Scrum - What are team members busy with during a sprint
lol @ agile shops. "Hello I would like two bottles of Agile please." "Certainly, sir."
Apr
23
comment Can I safely ignore byte order in networking?
"even a 0.01 ms overhead will probably be noticeable" Over a network? I doubt it. That's more than likely well within your packet delay jitter margin already.
Apr
23
reviewed Approve Can I safely ignore byte order in networking?
Apr
22
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
17
comment How to write correct loops?
Just don't try to reinvent solved problems (such as data structures) and you'll be fine.
Apr
10
comment Why does everyone use Git in a centralized manner?
Ben's right. An SVN repo managed properly, and used by a team that has been properly educated in how to develop software, should effectively never have merge conflicts on trunk. You'll only get them when someone's done something wrong and needs to be fired (:P). inb4 it's easier when you don't have to educate people how to use their tools. Yeah, well, there's a lot more to teach about Git than there is about SVN!
Apr
7
comment Is it possible for $this to return a __construct?
Downvoter explain yourself.
Apr
5
answered Is it possible for $this to return a __construct?
Apr
4
comment Why is XML called a “language” exactly?
@MrLister: Well, they are languages, but because they define reusable data structures they have a special name: formats. But, yes, these are languages too.
Apr
3
revised Repository UUID equivalent
deleted 127 characters in body
Apr
3
answered Repository UUID equivalent
Apr
3
comment Repository UUID equivalent
Why? What do you want to use it for? What is your goal?
Apr
3
comment Why is XML called a “language” exactly?
@MrLister: "Those are human languages, not computer languages" A language is a language. At its most extreme, even English requires contextual information (which dialect is being used) to understand unambiguously. Doesn't stop it from being a language. Your question simply has a false premise.
Apr
2
comment Where did “exit(-1)” come from?
What makes you think an exit code of 255 is "not a valid status code"?
Mar
31
comment How to write testcases for a piece of logic?
Add that typically we don't need/want to exhaustively cover the entire domain anyway; we just choose common cases at various edges of the domain axes, numerical overflow boundaries, and so forth.
Mar
31
comment MVC as a subset of client-server architecture?
@gnat: Do you have any evidence for this rather sensational claim?
Mar
31
answered MVC as a subset of client-server architecture?
Mar
31
revised Lock threads or not lock threads?
Typos
Mar
30
comment Using your home project source code for company project
Why do you want to save time? You get paid for your time. o.o
Mar
30
comment Rule of thumb for deciding which class a method belongs to
"a typical 'season' structure" That's going to be specific to your nation and your favourite sport, neither of which you named. Perhaps you could elaborate?