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Sep
6
answered Should I judge an IT company by the look of the interior office space?
Sep
6
suggested rejected edit on Nightly builds for one-man projects
Sep
6
comment Nightly builds for one-man projects
Just for info: Do use Jenkins, it supersedes Hudson.
Sep
6
comment Nightly builds for one-man projects
Exactly. And if you add in automated unit testing in the nightly build, then you have a nice setup.
Sep
2
comment Programmer Ethics: Can I fork a project from one code host to another?
@stijn: Good point about a clone from hg to git (and vice versa) is more of a duplicate than a clone.
Sep
2
comment Programmer Ethics: Can I fork a project from one code host to another?
@Rangoric: Ah, so the question is actually about forking/cloning a mercurial repository to a git repository. But my comment is still the same, a fork is basically just a clone or branch. In this case you will just have to pack up your changes and submit them to the original developer yourself. (Or use some kind of hg-git/git-hg bridge.)
Sep
2
comment Programmer Ethics: Can I fork a project from one code host to another?
What you are not considering is that this is normal practice when working with distributed version control. Where the "old" practice was to fix the bug in your local checkout, and then send a patch to the original developer. Then today you just fork the project (which is basically the same as a branch, and merges back just as easily). Fix the bug, publish your fork, and then sends a request to the original developer asking him to pull you changes in. The tools (git/hg) all supports this in a very simple fashion, and I would not call it a violation of DRY or even code duplication at all.
Aug
31
comment Do I still own accreditation of work despite not owning copyright?
Do you still hold the moral rights, even if you produced the work while working as a normal employee of a company?
Aug
26
awarded  Nice Question
Aug
25
comment How do I handle refactoring that takes longer than one sprint?
+1 for "The process is not more important than the end result, and should be seen as a guideline rather than a never-to-be-broken law." -- People really seems to forget this.
Aug
25
comment Do you sign each of your source files with your name?
@Peter: No, but I will discover it, fix the bugs and go smack the guy who introduced them and tell him what he did wrong.
Aug
25
comment What are the most efficient code review processes?
Using Review Board with git here, works great.
Aug
24
comment Should I remove unreferenced code?
+1 I really like the remove it, but leave a comment with information on which revision it can be found in.
Aug
19
comment Why isn't Java used for modern web application development?
@Thorbjørn & Brian: See the video on the front page of the play framework website, it explains it very nicely I would say.
Jun
30
comment Logging, do you do it?
Yes, of cause. :)
May
19
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Apr
5
comment Where does this concept of “favor composition over inheritance” come from?
@Jörg: You know what will happened to a term like Premature Regurgitation? Exactly what is explained above. :) (Btw. when is regurgitation ever not premature?)
Mar
9
comment What is the greatest design flaw you have faced in any programming language?
How would you go about "solving" this?
Mar
4
comment Should you charge clients hours spent on the wrong track?
True, but it really does not answer the question.
Mar
2
revised How do programmers in the West see programmers in the East?
added 'what'