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I am a programmer by day, and a tinkerer by night.


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comment Should you create a class within a method?
@LieRyan, But you can't expect to get full CPU utilization from a multicore CPU unless you thread your application.
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comment Should we use an outside CMS?
-1, The OP wasn't asking about how to implement a better CMS, nor what features should be included in his CMS. You're rant about frontend-backend coupling seems unrelated to this question.
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comment Should you create a class within a method?
@LieRyan, That's completely false. Using threading allows the program to take full advantage of the CPU instead of only one core. Saying applications are CPU bound, so don't use the full CPU doesn't make much sense to me.
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comment Should you keep a copy of all the code you write?
@Krelp, that attempt failed: computerworld.com/s/article/9128920/…
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comment Should you keep a copy of all the code you write?
@Caleb, their property, your copyright. Example: Freelance journalism. I can sell my article to the AP, and they can reprint it and do whatever they want to with it, but I still own the copyright to that article.
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comment Should you keep a copy of all the code you write?
@Krelp, encryption keys, like keys to safes can be compelled via a subpoena.
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comment Should you keep a copy of all the code you write?
@FrustratedWithFormsDesigner, I am not a lawyer so I don't know. I do know that if you're the sole developer, and they didn't make you give up your copyright, you can take the code with you when you leave (I always do). They still get to keep it, but so do you. I would assume, that since you didn't create the entire code base, you only have the copyright to the lines you produced.