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Feb
4
comment How can software be protected from piracy?
@xenoterracide, We obviously aren't talking about SaaS here.
Jan
27
revised What are the pros and cons of Coffeescript?
Humans parse languages in many different ways. English speakers aren't the only humans. http://goo.gl/a6HquD
Jan
27
comment What are the pros and cons of Coffeescript?
Also see —1—, —2—, —3— from ryanflorence.com/2011/case-against-coffeescript
Jan
27
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Jan
27
comment What does the 'cyclomatic complexity' of my code mean?
This is a better answer.
Jan
23
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Jan
19
comment What is the difference between apache and tomcat in the xampp control panel?
Wait, wait, httpd is the official name of that project?
Jan
19
comment How are Apache HTTP Server and Apache Tomcat related? (If at all)
@Charles, Why is Tomcat slower than Apache?
Jan
19
comment How are Apache HTTP Server and Apache Tomcat related? (If at all)
@Mchl, They are very similar too.
Jan
8
comment What “version naming convention” do you use?
It's a whole magnitude less......
Jan
8
comment What “version naming convention” do you use?
Semver only works for APIs. Not products.
Jan
8
comment What “version naming convention” do you use?
Good idea. Where did you get the "generation" idea from?
Jan
8
comment What “version naming convention” do you use?
Seems like an inefficient use of time and energy.............
Jan
8
comment What “version naming convention” do you use?
First link down...............
Jan
7
comment What “version naming convention” do you use?
@jkerian, I can understand how this work for a website, but how is this going to work for OSes?
Jan
7
comment How do you version your files (Version Numbers)
Sounds complicated........
Jan
7
comment Is there any research out there on geographic differences in work environments (e.g., respect) for programmers?
@Ethel, Hmm, if you are looking for "thoughtful writings" (instead of real hard research), then quora would be a good resource: google.com/…
Jan
6
comment What is Java used for these days?
@vaxquis, Hmm, there's no name for it? "We wrote Android apps in Java-like." sounds odd isn't it?
Jan
3
comment What is Java used for these days?
@vaxquis, If not Java, So what would you call the language we use to develop Android apps?
Dec
23
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