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Apr
24
comment Logging failed login attempts exposes passwords
Printing the username is the problem the OP was describing. Sometimes a failed login is caused by the user missing the [tab] key and quickly typing both the username and password into the username field and hitting enter. Your suggestion does not handle this.
Jul
23
comment Every SQL statement has to be reviewed by a DBA — common?
That's why it's important to know how many times changes are requested/needed by the DBA. The question explicitly says that everything gets reviewed, no exceptions. It's this kind of broad policy that usually has more costs than benefits. I'm a huge proponent of code review and testing but it doesn't mean that every line gets reviewed or tested. We're supposed to be professionals and there's a difference between quality control and baby sitting.
Jul
23
comment Every SQL statement has to be reviewed by a DBA — common?
+1 for "should know when to ask for a review"
Jul
17
comment Is there something wrong with how we're doing version control?
I've passed this blog post around a lot, I think it's very well written.(relates to git, but still relevant) nvie.com/posts/a-successful-git-branching-model
Jun
6
comment Flash messages in ASP.NET MVC without sessions
You should ask this question on StackOverflow. You'll get answers from some expert MVC & Azure people.
Apr
6
comment How do you maintain focus when a particular aspect of programming takes 10+ seconds to complete?
+1 for pomodoro technique
Jan
27
comment Advanced JavaScript design patterns
I think this one is really well written... addyosmani.com/largescalejavascript