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awarded  Student
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asked Lines of code that take on too much responsibility
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answered In-house framework
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comment Is comparing an OO compiler to a SQL compiler/optimizer valid?
"A cleaner, more formal design methodology would not require any refactoring at all" Unless it's designed, written and supported by perfect geniuses, all code can benefit from refactoring. To claim that refactoring only applies to "deeply rooted" problems show a lack of understanding of what refactoring entails. To me it can be neatly summarised with the phrase "leaving the room tidier than when you entered".
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comment Is comparing an OO compiler to a SQL compiler/optimizer valid?
I reckon I could write a 10000 line "hello world". To say that the compiler would be "burdened" by someone taking my code and reducing it to a single line is really stupid. I'm with @Earlz. RUN!
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comment Using a GPLv3 library in a freemium business model
Ah. Ok. @ScottWhitlock's POV makes more sense to me now...
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comment Using a GPLv3 library in a freemium business model
@ScottWhitlock : dual-licensing would exclude the use of a 3rd party GPLv3 library, as per OPs question.
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answered Using a GPLv3 library in a freemium business model
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comment Quit my job (for a new job). Old job wants me to be available for contracting. Steps to take?
If they are performing then no probs. Personal experience tells me that a day at work doing dev should be enough for all but the most hardened of brains. Not taking time to revitalize does affect performance in the vast majority of cases. At some point in our careers, we've all burned a little too much midnight oil and not been at our best the next day. The risk in this case would be massively increased. It would also indicate to me that there's something about the job that does not satisfy the employee and it's something we would need to explore.
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comment Are there laws to protect us from hackers who disclose vulnerabilities prior to alerting the vendor?
Ach. Sorry. newbie alert. Assumed things ran much the same as on SO. Ignore me!