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Feb
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comment As a programmer, what would you use a personal Wiki for?
I use Wikidpad for noting down my ideas. Simple and effective and could be shared easily. Text files are used when the idea moves into action
Feb
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comment I feel stuck in the center of Python, How to get past beginner
@Isov5 Are you stuck with Python or programming. If you are sure that you stuck with the former, try a simple concept with a other language. If you see a problem with the latter, read some books on programming (Pragmatic Programmer is really good)
Jan
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@Great gesture Morons.
Jan
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Would definitely support atleast for spamming chats for blogs plus you are always there
Jan
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comment Handling invoices with timestamps
This is a case of recurring invoices. So instead of isinvoiced, we would keep an integer field that increments every time an invoice is made. So if a customer has subscribed on 1st JAN 2012 and his billing cycle is monthly, then after 3 months he must have been invoiced thrice and our count should show 3. If it shows a lesser count, then it must be invoiced. When a customer, changes his billing cycle, then the product timestamp must be changed. An ideal solution would be to create a table of invoices to keep references. Hope you would have done it, else older invoices can't be tracked
Jan
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comment Handling invoices with timestamps
It shouldn't be reset unless the invoice is canceled. Why should it be invoiced at the next due date? Its already invoiced and it stands due for payment. There must only be one invoice for one product
Jan
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comment Handling invoices with timestamps
@Fabian Not exactly. The cron would fail in the following scenario: Assume the cron isn't run for 10 days then the timestamp wouldn't be in the future since the latest time would be greater than the timestamp and invoices wouldn't be generated. It may seem to be rather unlikely but in if invoices are to be generated only 2 days in advance, then there is every chance this could happen.
Jan
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answered Handling invoices with timestamps
Jan
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comment Frankly, do you prefer Cowboy coding?
Really refreshing
Jan
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comment Handling invoices with timestamps
@Fabian Is this a real world project and if it is, I would give you an update tomorrow
Jan
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comment Handling invoices with timestamps
@Fabian May I know where the product quantity is stored. Is it always going to be one?
Jan
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comment Introduce the work of a software developer to school children using a social network
@Chris Do the platform need to be exactly facebook? Can you brief more on the actual requirement.
Jan
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comment Introduce the work of a software developer to school children using a social network
We would be better off as the PR guy.
Jan
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comment Introduce the work of a software developer to school children using a social network
IMHO, my ideas really look bleak. Would try to post something better
Jan
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answered Introduce the work of a software developer to school children using a social network
Jan
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revised How should repetitive calendar tasks be stored in the database?
Improved on recurring tasks
Jan
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revised How should repetitive calendar tasks be stored in the database?
added 50 characters in body
Jan
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answered How should repetitive calendar tasks be stored in the database?
Jan
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comment Is there a design pattern that would apply to discount models?
My intuition suggests this could be what he is looking for in the context of the question