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Aug
13
comment Should I keep my GitHub forked repositories around forever?
@PLPeeters, Actually that's a pretty big downside.
Jul
30
comment Why use phpunit when traditional manual testing can be used
@ReinHenrichs, Functional testing is done by Selenium, not PHPUnit.
Jul
30
comment Why use phpunit when traditional manual testing can be used
@user1249, phpUnit is still unable to do automated functional testing. It only does automated unit testing.
Jul
10
comment Does contributing to open source projects to boost a résumé make sense?
Why wouldn't you get an actual paid job instead and put that on your resume?
Jul
10
comment How much to each part?
Point 1 is often hidden / obfuscated. So if your skills are on coding and not on investigative work, what would you do?
Jul
6
comment FTP file compare
@daknøk, It's an external server. Performance would be horrible.....
Jul
3
comment What good reasons are there to capitalise SQL keywords?
................................................................................‌​....................you choose whether or not you want to remain a dinosaur. Capitalisation formatting is obsolete, it's as redundant as switching from notepad++ to notepad and manually typing Tab characters after hitting the Enter key, or as redundant as Hollywood videographers optimizing their movies for black-and-white screens because in their third-world location "sometimes syntax highlighting is not an option" and they are preparing for the future where their location will turn third-world to fourth-world.
Jul
3
comment What good reasons are there to capitalise SQL keywords?
@MirceaChirea, @ James,@ Aaronaught, My SQL logs are color formatted. Why is your log viewer displaying SQL statements as black-and-white? The question is simple...................................
Jul
3
comment Why is most SQL written in YELLING?
@DaveSmylie, @ tom, Your IDEs are too old. The market is efficient, time to switch.
Jul
3
comment Why is most SQL written in YELLING?
@MattGiltaji, Experiments have been successful countless of times, except those weren't chimps. Those were humans.
Jul
3
comment Why is most SQL written in YELLING?
@AdamZuckerman, When you talk about standards, a link/quote is mandatory. Something like "I don't have a reference for it but" just don't cut it.
Jul
2
comment Why is Web SQL database deprecated?
@oligofren, You're missing the point of my comment. I'm not talking about the overhead of one function calling another and viceversa. I'm saying when you use a db abstraction layer you are limiting yourself to a subset of SQL query patterns you can use without suffering from performance penalities. You can do no tuning because the library does it for you automatically and don't always get it correct. It's not going to be 1ms unless you store only 1 row of data.
Jun
29
comment Should you write your back-end as an API?
@gbjbaanb, What about YAGNI?
Jun
29
comment Spurious wakeups explanation sounds like a bug that just isn't worth fixing, is that right?
Postel's law is why many bugs go uncaught for years because hey, even if your function returns the wrong output, the app still seems to work! Best invention ever.
Jun
26
comment Why is Web SQL database deprecated?
@oligofren, Speed and performance at the magnitude of 100 milliseconds is important to me. I can't use abstraction layers.
Jun
23
comment Why is Web SQL database deprecated?
@Josh, Sounds like the Standards-TM guys want another round of XHTML-vs-WhatWG battle. So without WebSQL now on FireFox, you are suggesting to use localStorage?
Jun
23
comment Why is Web SQL database deprecated?
@oligofren, If you are using more-than-just-brain-dead-simple SQL in web SQL, you can't exactly translate that to localStorage and etc.
Jun
5
comment AddIn, AddOn, And Plugin
This answer is wrong. See stackoverflow.com/a/7580811/632951 for more info.
Jun
5
comment Security issue about making my code public in GitHub
@MichaelBorgwardt, I'd wager that the majority of experienced programmers would disagree. So-called "more eyeballs = less vulnerable" isn't based on actual proper research. Heartbleed is not the first and will not be the last. Also see blog.codinghorror.com/given-enough-money-all-bugs-are-shallow
May
29
comment What is a good measure of testing/tester efficiency?
Also see programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/285097/…