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Jun
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comment When should I use a 2-property class over a pre-built structure like a KeyValuePair?
@Ben -- TFTFY . . .
Jun
8
revised When should I use a 2-property class over a pre-built structure like a KeyValuePair?
some people hate TLAs
Jun
7
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Apr
20
answered Is restricting sessions to an absolute IP likely to have a wide impact on mobile networks?
Apr
1
comment Why are people making tables with divs?
Back in the even older days we used to mimic divs with tables so there.
Mar
25
comment forking boilerplates? or simply cloning them?
We settle a bit in the middle and don't fork the boilerplate but rather treat it as an upstream dependency and pull in updates from time to time. We also keep the boilerplate in it's own long-running branch so we can merge it into the main projects.
Mar
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comment Which reporting tool you prefer for a web-based application?
We give everyone iPads, pages have no more meaning.
Jan
27
answered Single instance of windows service querying multiple databases
Jan
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Jan
23
reviewed No Action Needed How to make an interpreter for a stack of Free Monad Transformers
Jan
23
reviewed No Action Needed How much Ruby should I learn before moving to Rails?
Jan
23
reviewed Reopen How to make significant technical decisions given very little time
Jan
22
answered How can I program the script on my server to the receive a cname pointed to it?
Jan
15
answered Turn on gzip on nginx, upstream (nodejs) or both?
Jan
13
comment Releasing updates to Windows Services and Websites from build
You could. You could also use teamcity to orchestrate the entire build process you've got laid out with good record keeping, reporting and notification.
Jan
12
answered Releasing updates to Windows Services and Websites from build
Jan
9
comment Continuous Integration for API wrappers
@FloatingRock -- I just expanded the answer to touch on that.
Jan
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revised Continuous Integration for API wrappers
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Jan
8
answered Continuous Integration for API wrappers
Jan
8
comment Continuous Integration for API wrappers
@Pinoniq -- you might not break the compiler but downstream clients probably depend on behavior which you probably do want regression testing on.