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Dec
23
comment Should I use JSON just to use JSON
Use JSON because REST is easier than SOAP. If and when it comes up, you'll be so glad.
Aug
15
comment Should I take help of Internet and other programmers or I should do all programming myself?
@mattnz I suppose the droves of nobody who have suggested anything of the sort (except you, of course) gave you this impression? All of the upvoters, myself included, are probably just acutely aware of how valuable peer collaboration can be as a teaching tool.
Jun
26
comment Is it illegal to rewrite every line of an open source project in a slightly different way, and use it in a closed source project?
That stated, I learned most of what I know from open source wizards like John Reisig and Mark Story and their gang of whiz-kids. JQuery is my little friend. CakePHP is my bread and butter. There is nothing at all wrong with this. Hence the difference between jacking and porting. This is what we're talking about when we say, we stand on the shoulders of giants.
Jun
26
comment Is it illegal to rewrite every line of an open source project in a slightly different way, and use it in a closed source project?
Re: sparking debate, consider the nature of the question: a professional dev pours her heart and soul into her craft whether she wants to or not. Hours of my time, buckets of blood sweat and tears because the nature of software is to be a beast. And on top of that, our craft is so difficult that truly excellent contributions to open source (js libs, php frameworks, etc) - at this point, who among us doesn't rely on open source to keep our heads above water, professionally? So this question like this is deeply personal for all of us whether we realize it or not.