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Jul
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comment “Kill switch” in customer hosted environments, to protect payment?
This happens way too often sadly :(
Jul
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Jul
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Jul
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Jul
13
answered How do you answer “explain current architecture of your project” question in interviews?
Jul
13
comment Why use partial classes?
It's a misunderstanding that partial classes have to be in seperate files.
Jul
12
answered Public vs Private Repositories
Jul
12
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Jul
12
comment Is it recommended to use SQL Server as database for massively scalable applications?
SQL Azure is not just a 'SQL Server in the cloud', there are some differences. But it's certainly a viable option for a large scaled site and should be looked at.
Jul
12
answered What does ā€œSā€ stands for in OOPS?
Jul
11
answered On developing deep programming knowledge
Jul
7
comment What do I need to know to develop a paperless application using .NET?
If you're only looking for a way to keep all notes, scans (images, ... consider using OneNote (default in Office 2010) and place notebook on your skydrive (or dropbox) so it's backed up.
Jul
7
comment PHP: brackets or no brackets with if/for/while/…?
This can be said for most programming languages like C++, Java, C# too. Use the brackets for readability, even if they are not necessarily needed.
Jul
7
comment Co-worker renamed all of my queries
+1 for putting the conventions in a document
Jul
7
answered How do software development methodologies fit in the field of consulting?
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6
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Jun
29
comment How to convince my boss that quality is a good thing to have in code?
I've been in a SME with 4-5 devs before and at some point they also wanted to move to product development. They placed 1 dev and a parttime designer on their "product", took nearly a year before they had a first version to go to market. Now, over 2 years later they sold a dozen licenses I've heard and they're not even close to 1/5th of the costs spent on developing the product. Just saying that switching to product development is harder than most people think, certainly with a small team/long delivery time.
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