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comment Angular animate parent div of ng-view using element insde ng-view
please don't cross-post: stackoverflow.com/questions/29365713/…
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comment Should I bother learning GPU Programming even if my industry doesn't [seem to ever] need it?
weren't you warned? career and education advice is explicitly off-topic per help center. See meta.programmers.stackexchange.com/a/6488/40980
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reviewed Leave Closed Why do some programming languages implements PriorityQueue structures whilst others do not?
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reviewed Leave Open Is it common practice to transform requirement specifications into predicate logic for functional programming?
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comment Java Non-static method cannot be referenced from a static context
why didn't you ask at Stack Overflow? meta.stackexchange.com/a/129632/165773
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comment Algorithm to decide category within an interval
Unclear what help you need. Please clarify your specific problem or provide additional details to highlight exactly what you need. As it's currently written, it’s hard to tell what problem you are trying to solve or what aspect of your approach needs to be corrected or explained. See the How to Ask page for help clarifying this question.
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revised How does StackExchange load data from the server without making an XHR request?
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reviewed Leave Closed Good Junior Android Developer Interview - What to expect?
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comment How to calculate gradient for hidden layer in backpropagation
recommended reading: Open letter to students with homework problems "...If your question on Programmers.SE is just a copy paste of homework problem, expect it to be downvoted, closed, and deleted - potentially in quite short order."
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comment Why do some programming languages implements PriorityQueue structures whilst others do not?
recommended reading: On discussions and why they don't make good questions
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comment IntelliJ asymptotic complexity plugin?
...also, please don't cross-post: stackoverflow.com/questions/29370584/…
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comment IntelliJ asymptotic complexity plugin?
software recommendations are explicitly off-topic per help center. See meta.programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/6483/…
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revised Design question concerning proper and practical encapsulation
edited tags; edited title
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revised Programming toolset for restricted typing ability?
removed reference to deleted question // http://programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/40846/programming-with-speech-recognition-for-typing-instead-of-the-keyboard
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comment How do I Integrate Production Database Hot Fixes into Shared Database Development model?
possible duplicate of How to include database changes during application publish
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revised function level error reporting: to combine/bundle errors or not?
typo corrected
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comment Get touch events at 1 second intervals on javascript
this is an outright off-topic, totally ignoring what Programmers is about: meta.stackexchange.com/a/129632/165773
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revised Get touch events at 1 second intervals on javascript
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comment Manager reading version control commits
^^^ what @StevenBurnap said - this is very good practice. Just being able to refer ticket id instead of polluting commit message with lengthy explanations of what kind style improvements / refactoring is there and why these are desired makes it worth it. And there is more to that, tracking effort, communication with management / QA etc etc. And don't get me started of how it is convenient when bug tracker integrates with VCS / code review tool
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revised Is reference to bug/issue in commit message considered good practice?
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