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comment Does an Open Source license exist that allows me to retain rights to revoke usage of software/source at any time, for any reason, and without warning?
Not sure these points strictly prohibit any revocation. What if one were to write an open source network administration tool, but someone uses it for hacking?
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comment Zero-knowledge code hosting?
@HighCommander4 Haven't tried it, but shouldn't be any reason for it to not work.. Couldn't you setup sync to share your initialized git folder, then just do a normal 'git push ./syncedFolderActingAsServer/MyAwesomeProject/src/'? You could also do git level permissions, etc.. someone should try this!
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answered Zero-knowledge code hosting?
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comment Convincing Upper Management the need of larger monitors for Developers
No more off topic than Has "Not everyone can be a programmer" been studied and "Can my company give IP rights away for an application I wrote off hours to another startup?" - two of the top questions right now. This question deals with improving software development with management issues. Seems like something other programmers can definitively help with.
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comment Mission critical embedded language
+1 "If you don't trust it, don't fly it." --Will use this approach for my school's satellite.
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comment Is it a good idea to always use Google as the first step to solving a problem?
good ole man pages: imgur.com/SCcrC
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comment Is it a good idea to always use Google as the first step to solving a problem?
+1, "always trace it, research..., and generally familiarize yourself with the structure...of the algorithm, so that even if you didn't invent the answer, you now know why it is correct"
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comment Is it a good idea to always use Google as the first step to solving a problem?
"typing out the code from the page ... (if you did understand it already, you wouldn't want to see it run)" good point..
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