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Jun
11
comment Is my work on a developer test being taken advantage of?
yes, you were tricked into working for free. Live and learn. I'd certainly not agree to anything like that based solely on a phonecall or email. Maybe as the last stage in an interview process, after you've already made it to the final 2-3 candidates to come in for half a day or a day and work with them, get a mutual feeling for each other.
Jun
11
comment Is my work on a developer test being taken advantage of?
worse, if I were a company I'd not want people not working for me and having signed all the proper NDAs and other forms to have access to my production environment, and your VCS is a production environment...
Jun
10
reviewed Leave Open Why are interfaces useful?
Jun
10
reviewed Close Software development based on a reference implementation
Jun
10
reviewed Close Are sequence designs appropriate for GUI button design?
Jun
10
reviewed Close Designing unit tests for a stateful system
Jun
10
reviewed Leave Open Syntax of passing lambda
Jun
10
reviewed Close Is it recommended to use more than one language at a startup?
Jun
10
reviewed Close Dynamic Query Generation : suggestion for better approaches
Jun
10
comment Dynamic Query Generation : suggestion for better approaches
Seems like you're better off trying to integrate some existing reporting tool into your application. There are many of those, google for them, download some demos, decide which best fits your requirements, and implement/adopt it.
Jun
10
reviewed Close calling methods if previous call success
Jun
7
comment Software monetization that is not evil
@t0x1n yes, and so is tricking people into believing something's free and then bombard them with microtransactions for every buttonclick. What happened to just selling the stuff?
Jun
7
comment How often should saving to disk occur in an automatically saving text editor?
@BryanOakley indeed, IntelliJ saves on the fly, don't know the interval but it's often. You very quickly get used to it.
Jun
7
comment Software monetization that is not evil
"non-evil"? that assumes that making money is somehow evil. It isn't. Thinking it is is delusional.
Jun
5
reviewed Close Is the test, which touches the filenames under directory, a kind of unittest?
Jun
5
reviewed Close AngularJS: structuring a web application with multiple ng-apps
Jun
5
reviewed Close are programmers more forgiving of buggy software?
Jun
5
comment are programmers more forgiving of buggy software?
I'd rather say programmers are more understanding, and tend to realise that a lot of people blame on bugs in specific products are actually caused by factors that the program (or its creators) have no control over.
Jun
5
reviewed Close Best resources for learning idiomatic PHP
Jun
5
reviewed Close Future of a ServiceStack based Solution in the Context of Licensing