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answered Single instance of windows service querying multiple databases
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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
23
reviewed Leave Closed how do i use opengl with nodejs ps i only know javascript
Jan
22
answered How can I program the script on my server to the receive a cname pointed to it?
Jan
21
comment A convention for naming an executable that runs without a UI
Headless console app or service depending on how it fires off here.
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
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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
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answered Continuous Integration for API wrappers
Jan
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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.
Dec
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comment How can I encrypt or remove readability of source code before publishing it?
I'd fire any consultant who tried to pull this on the spot.
Dec
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answered Continuous Integration for different languages
Dec
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answered What is the preferred way to hold a file over multiple requests in MVC
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7
comment Securing sensitive data from developers
@jpmc26 -- For secrets you can either have someone make one visit to the host machines to store the secrets in specified ways or leverage various deployment tools that have concepts of secured data stores.
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comment Why doesn't Android use shared libraries?
@JanHudec -- yes nowadays with well developed package management; it will at least keep you from melting down the machine. I do remember the excitement of upgrading apache in bygone eras though . . .