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Mar
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answered Python code style - blank lines in long list
Mar
21
answered Web developer to software engineer
Mar
19
comment Can PHP and Javascript do backend together?
node can run a pure tcp server just as easily as a web server. for all we know, the OP was interested in using a services architecture where the PHP portion simply communicated with a service backend written in node. in that case, you wouldn't need two web servers. also, unless i'm mistaken, i'm not aware of a node-based php interpreter.
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answered Can PHP and Javascript do backend together?
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Oct
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comment Multithreading synchronization interview question: Find n words given m threads
@RobertHarvey: Sometimes people ask the wrong questions. The OP has a poor mindset to tackle technical interviews and this answer was an attempt to help put him/her on the right track.
Oct
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Oct
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answered Multithreading synchronization interview question: Find n words given m threads
Oct
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comment What are graphs in laymen's terms
I'd actually extend that example to note that all entities described in your example could be depicted as vertices in a graph (city, plane, magazine, map, etc), the map itself just being a single vertex.
Oct
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answered Pricing personalized software?
Oct
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answered Is it a good practice to create a list of definitions for all symbols and words in a programming language?
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answered How to organise projects with dependencies on BitBucket?
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answered Why is Adobe Air so underrated for building mobile apps?
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comment Python Coding standards vs. productivity
@MarkBooth: You can't please everyone. I agree that if it's simply imposed from above it's more difficult to get buy in from other members, but it's still not a "huge waste of time". In having the standards in place, the code should be much more consistent and therefore you would run into less diversity in code throughout a project, which increases readability. But yeah.. Throwing away tests due to standards would lead me to believe that there were bigger problems under the hood.