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comment Should HTML or CSS files count toward a “lines of code” metric?
Nah, just set the font to Comic Sans with yellow-on-green text for readability. That's all I need to make every one of my sites look professional.
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comment Should HTML or CSS files count toward a “lines of code” metric?
Or more likely much less awesome...
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answered Should HTML or CSS files count toward a “lines of code” metric?
Jul
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comment Protecting a new file format?
Why do you wish to do this? What's your goal? If this were possible, it would be used for DRM, of course, so I am pretty sure you can't protect it.
Jul
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comment Found a printout from 9/25/75 - What programming language is this? What OS could it be using?
That is totally BASIC. No idea of the OS.
Jun
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comment What can I use to distinguish a user chosen name from other identical names
I presume you mean "moniker" rather than "monica?"
May
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reviewed Reject When are Getters and Setters Justified
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comment Defects Review and Management
How do you handle bugs in the requirements specification.
Apr
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answered Managing sets of configuration data for an Excel/VBA program
Apr
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reviewed Approve TDD Red-Green-Refactor and if/how to test methods that become private
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Mar
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comment Should I request the backend for every small piece of dynamic data?
You need to get some metrics to prove you have a real problem or else you are doing premature optimization.
Mar
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answered Can I use GPL libraries temporarily for prototyping and make the future code closed source?
Feb
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comment Can I license software under MIT license when using Librarys licensed under the GPL
Do you mean LGPL for the libraries. or really GPL?
Feb
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comment Secure Rest api from authenticated user
If the user can get the access token s/he can get the special header too, no?
Feb
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reviewed Approve Understanding the solution of exercise 1.16 of K&R as given in the “The C Answer book”
Feb
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reviewed Approve HTTP keep alive and TCP persistent connection
Feb
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comment What's the point with HATEOAS on the client-side?
You're right, but that's not the point. HATEOAS keeps you from having to construct the URIs for the links in the page on the client.
Feb
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comment How to design a RESTful API with good performance
But you can look at it as two different (not independent) resources - you just need to twist your nomenclature slightly so "resource" is not the same thing as "entity."
Feb
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reviewed Approve One controller to rule them all?