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comment Is there an industry standard term for a build which uses the production API, but is specifically for internal testing?
@gnat I don't see why this is opinion-based. I'd say the question is on topic and can be answered by an expert using references. Personally, I think our profession is in dire need of good nomenclature and this question would help (just a little). gnat at least took the difficulty of adding a link, but GlenH7, MichaelT, JeffO and Bart van Ingen Schenou don't even bother to give any explanation. (this behavior ruins the site for me and others)
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comment How to monitor code review efficiently?
We're using SonarQube in our teams, serving around 70+ projects, ranging from 10k to 3M LOC. Although some teams just ignore its reports, most use it to direct refactoring processes. It works nice, although personally I prefer simple, non-integrated tools, such as Findbugs.
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comment The dream of declarative programming
Small addition. In CSS 3 and 4, negative selectors are allowed, but :not pseudo-classes may not be nested.
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comment The dream of declarative programming
It's a bit of an exercise, but with negative CSS selectors it is possible to rewrite these to a 3SAT problem (with the last clause being the DOM), which would require trying all possible combinations, to see if it matches.
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comment Can commented-out code be valuable documentation?
Indeed, I meant human readability. Small hint here: your most important liability in programming is your code. So, less is truly more here.