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Nov
5
comment Is it possible (and practical) to search a string for arbitrary-length repeating patterns?
In signal processing terms, what you want to perform is called an autocorrelation. It allows you to determine if there are similarity in a signal with itself, at different times. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autocorrelation for more information. :)
Oct
18
answered How can I get rid of just the untracked files in git?
Sep
26
comment Is embedded programming closer to electrical engineering or software development?
Exactly, embedded developers here, the industry needs more cs people here, as software is getting much more complicated, we are really bad at good software quality practices.
Sep
26
awarded  Yearling
Sep
26
comment Way in over my head! (Dealing with better programmers)
Actually, you could also look at it this way. You now have the opportunity to really learn a lot. Just ask when you don't know something, the worst think you can do is pretend that you understand.
Aug
21
comment Are small amounts of functional programming understandable by non-FP people?
+1 for "He googles for the Python documentation and knows how it works five minutes later. Otherwise, he shouldn't be programming in Python."
Jun
20
comment What is expected of me as a recent graduate?
+1 for the advice about joting down the acronyms you hear, and offering them to new hires. The old guys at you place, doesn't even recognize the acronyms they use as acronyms anymore. You will be highly appreciated for writing an acronym list for them.
Jun
8
awarded  Caucus
May
3
comment How relaxed (or not) should a sprint be?
Such that you are constantly working under pressure? That sounds like a lovely working environment.
May
3
comment How relaxed (or not) should a sprint be?
So you don't have a fixed length of the sprint, you start the new one when the old is done?
May
2
comment How relaxed (or not) should a sprint be?
So if you rarely miss a deadline, you will naturally often not have anything to do at the end of the sprint. What do you do then, take new items in or just take the time off? :)
May
2
comment How relaxed (or not) should a sprint be?
@Oded: Please do not close, this is one of the more interesting questions for some time here.
Apr
16
comment Best practices for App Idea ownership and shares
Everybody thinks their own ideas are great, executing on your ideas and making something real is the hard part, and the part which has real value.
Apr
15
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
12
awarded  Civic Duty
Apr
3
comment Do I have to deliver my utility and helper code to clients?
You can protect your source-code by distributing only jars (perhaps even obfuscated ones.) Protecting the usage of the jars you distribute is done via licenses, you own the library and you set the terms on which your client can use the library. At this point you probably needs to involve a lawyer though.
Apr
3
answered Do I have to deliver my utility and helper code to clients?
Mar
29
comment Scaling Scrum within a group of 100s of programmers
@blunders: Seems Matthew provided such an answer for you. :)
Mar
28
comment Scaling Scrum within a group of 100s of programmers
Look up scrum of scrums: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scrum_(development)#Scrum_of_Scrums
Mar
15
revised What are benefit/drawbacks of classifying defects during a peer code review
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