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Aspiring software engineer for the healthcare industry. Currently studying Computer Science at The University Of Waterloo.

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awarded  Yearling
Dec
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answered Simplest possible Paxos algorithm (distributed consensus) explanation
Jul
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comment SQL IN() versus OR
I updated my answer to reflect this. I wasn't aware it was SQL Server when I answered.
Jul
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revised SQL IN() versus OR
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Jul
11
comment SQL IN() versus OR
@RobertHarvey Yes, that's probably true, but I wouldn't expect it to be that much worse either.
Jul
11
comment What is the advantage of using UI binder in GWT?
@YuPPie Not as fast as I know. You can check which features they support, but I believe you should be able to do almost the same set of things with each.
Jul
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answered SQL IN() versus OR
Jul
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answered What is the advantage of using UI binder in GWT?
Jun
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answered I believe I have mixed C and C++ code when I shouldn't have; Is this a problem and how to rectify?
Apr
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comment Is this solution RESTful and secure?
The concern is that your key-generation algorithm is probably not secure. Doing this sort of thing yourself is unlikely to be secure, especially if you rely on some "secret" algorithm that you think the attackers can't discover.
Apr
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answered Starting a recurring project from scratch
Apr
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comment Is this solution RESTful and secure?
Can you expand on the authentication encryption process? As it sounds, it sounds pretty insecure. What encryption algorithm are you using? Why do you think deriving a key like that is secure (it's really not)
Apr
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Apr
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comment Possible solutions for sharing working copy of project between multiple computers?
I think you should be able to do that without any problems. You just need to be able to tell SVN to ignore the .git folder, which should be straightforward.
Apr
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revised Possible solutions for sharing working copy of project between multiple computers?
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Apr
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answered Possible solutions for sharing working copy of project between multiple computers?