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comment Resource Allocation Algorithm
how many dimensions in this regon?
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answered Always upgrade to latest stable release of every library , good or bad practice?
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comment Is this unprofessional when “Wappalyzer” sees all my technology?
@Baterson you'll have to ask wappalyser for support then, I don't know exactly what it does or how it does it. Possibly the other sites have a robots.txt or other restriction on apps making requests to view the servers, if not simply behind CDNs or proxies that report nothing.
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answered Is this unprofessional when “Wappalyzer” sees all my technology?
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comment What are the problems with boolean variables?
never assume 1 is true. 0 is false, everything else is not false.
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answered How should we quote differing sized contracts in a SCRUM environment
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awarded  design-patterns
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awarded  Revival
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comment System for scheduling parallel tasks/callbacks
sounds like a "scheduling engine" is the term you want. However, the problem with schedulers is what they do when the times comes, and that varies according to the system its written in/for - eg cron works fine for system tasks but won't work like a library for scheduling program tasks.
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answered How to refactor when all your development is on branches?
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comment Refactor using CTI or create new Entities
I thought it might be clear on the answer. 1 is easiest to migrate to and maintain afterwards, though I don't know what your ORM supports to give you the best answer.
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answered Fault tolerant software design of application running as distributed cluster
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answered Refactor using CTI or create new Entities
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comment Supporting development for older OS
You ought to try a quick port attempt, simply to see how much of it is difficult to deal with - in my experience, ancient code tends to port to new Windows OSes surprisingly easily with only a few things that are truly obsoleted.
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answered Supporting development for older OS
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comment Setting up Git in a Company with too much data
$39 per user per year doesn't seem onerous if you are using it with 3TB of data and want official support.
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answered What type of buffer should I implement for a one-way streaming audio device?
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awarded  scrum
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comment When Agile becomes a bit slugish
@StevenBurnap yup. But at least they'll be able to point to the board and say "story X is still in development so we can't take on any extra work until you tell us what we need to complete that first!". Management starts to get a clue at that point. With sprints, you just repeatedly fail to deliver and then its 'your' fault, with Kanban its management's fault. I think this would be step 1 towards a full solution.