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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
Copywriting
Mar
15
suggested approved edit on What are benefit/drawbacks of classifying defects during a peer code review
Mar
14
comment How to avoid halting of the JVM due to a deadlock in java?
What about livelocks?
Mar
14
comment Describe the best deployment environment you've worked with
@ThorbjørnRavnAndersen: I am using private github repos. It works just fine, exactly the same as a public one, except only you can access it. :)
Mar
12
answered people fork my project but don't fetch from upstream - what can I do?
Mar
7
comment How do you handle the problem of abstraction when you learn a techonology / language?
Heh, my curiosity almost always wins. I will just dive in an learn how the internals work. :)
Feb
27
comment What's the benefit of avoiding the use of a debugger?
+1 for "It is by far the most efficient debugging technique I know, because it does not require a debugger at all. Your brain explores multiple code paths at the same time, yielding better turnaround than you could possibly get with a debugger."
Jan
24
asked Expected sprint completion rate and load in scrum?
Nov
14
accepted Why are wrapper classes not suited for use in callback frameworks?
Nov
3
accepted Is Java instanceof operator considered reflection, and what defines reflection?
Nov
3
comment Why are wrapper classes not suited for use in callback frameworks?
Could you please explain the downvote? Reading the FAQ this seems like a perfect example of a questions that is on-topic!
Nov
3
asked Why are wrapper classes not suited for use in callback frameworks?
Nov
3
comment what are callback frameworks?
Additionally: "Why are wrapper classes not suited for use in callback frameworks?"
Sep
27
awarded  Yearling
Sep
21
comment Secure cloud based code storage and syncing across multiple computers
@SnOrfus: github is still a good answer to the question.
Sep
14
comment Are developers more productive at night?
Why was the answer regarding the reason for being productive at night being the lack of interruptions deleted?