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reviewed Reject Should a method be forgiving with the arguments that are passed in?
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reviewed Approve Can static and dynamically typed languages be seen as different tools for different types of jobs?
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reviewed Approve Using a rules engine to manage client and server side validation of business rules?
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comment Post-mortem of a project
@gvo Then you need to improve the tools. Try video conference. You can even share documents, and see changes in "real time".
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answered Post-mortem of a project
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reviewed Reject Get license information for all used NuGet packages
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comment Dealing with data containing integer overflow, rollover
not as 8-bits data - that is for sure
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comment How much can you detect undefined behaviour using testing
@user30020 The answer is the same : with UB anything can happen. BTW I am not sure what you meant with "potential undefined behaviour".
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comment How much can you detect undefined behaviour using testing
@user30020 So, what exactly do you ask?
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reviewed Approve Why don't Windows/Linux use relational Databases (RDBMS)?
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comment How much can you detect undefined behaviour using testing
@user30020 It is not a potential undefine behaviour - it is an undefined behaviour. What exactly do you have on your mind?