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comment Discovered large security hole in someone elses website… What to do?
@SimonB if that's a worry, then substitute professional security news reporter, like, say krebsonsecurity.com
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revised Would it be ethical to create an open source alternative to the software you've been hired to create?
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comment Would it be ethical to create an open source alternative to the software you've been hired to create?
@omouse be very careful of voicing strong legal advice of that kind - especially when considering the wide range of international (and, even assuming you're restricting yourself to the US, inter-state) law.
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answered What is different between the internal design of Java and C++ that lets C++ have multiple inheritance?
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comment Should performance tests be instrumented by build tools?
for me, performance characteristics are part of an application's interface definition (and, as such, definitely belong in the integration tests category)
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comment How do I evaluate if an Orchestration is the appropriate design pattern for a given problem?
@Telastyn is that what normally is meant by orchestration then? just a fancy name for abstraction? i'd love a reference - debunking the idea that this is a pattern/anti-pattern would be extremely useful.
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comment How do I evaluate if an Orchestration is the appropriate design pattern for a given problem?
@Ӎσᶎ I am specifically looking for either a formal definition of the pattern/anti-pattern structure, or general rules of thumb based on professional experience. If that's unclear, i welcome edits to the question :) (and if that's not appropriate to this site, then i welcome recommendations for other stack exchange sites to use, or to not use any at all)
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