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Programming is my hobby... I just love it. ASP.Net, C#, VB.Net, PHP, Javascript, Android


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revised Third Party web controls and tight coupling
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revised Third Party web controls and tight coupling
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Sep
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asked Third Party web controls and tight coupling
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awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
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awarded  Notable Question
Dec
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comment How exactly can I check for new rows in sql with ajax?
Google this: Websocket. ServerSent Events. SignalR
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awarded  Yearling
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Feb
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accepted Developers taking code home - how bad is it?
Feb
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comment Developers taking code home - how bad is it?
@PieterB It was supposed to be intentional that they have the machine with them so they could develop themselves too using company resources. I think a kind of policy could help though it would not be the complete solution.
Feb
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comment Developers taking code home - how bad is it?
On the duplication: I couldn't locate that question when I searched. Thanks for your tolerance.
Feb
8
comment Developers taking code home - how bad is it?
Nice Answer. If an application is well written using the best design practices, it is easier to modify and you won't know it was your application. For instance, a 3 tier application written in WinForms, I could remove the Presentation Layer and put a new one (e.g. Web Forms) and make use of the BLL and DAL verbatim. It would be hard for you to know what's behind that UI... :)
Feb
8
comment Developers taking code home - how bad is it?
+1 "Either you write specialized software for the specific needs of a single customer" - That's what the company I currently work for (and the previous one) does and I don't even see a need to sell their application to someone else because it will never. So they sit in my computer at home like junks but sometimes I use them as reference point
Feb
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asked Developers taking code home - how bad is it?
Jan
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accepted Asking people to disable Java for security - what's next for developer?
Jan
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comment Asking people to disable Java for security - what's next for developer?
The article says "Since this threat is Java-based, it will only affect systems that have Java installed. Most platforms do not come with Java, but if you have installed it and do not need or regularly use it, you might consider removing it from your system. While Java is convenient for legitimate developers, its conveniences also help malware developers spread their harmful practices to multiple platforms". I see this as a swipe at Java. Can we blame this on Oracle?
Jan
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asked Asking people to disable Java for security - what's next for developer?
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accepted What Pattern will solve this - fetching dependent record from database
Aug
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comment What Pattern will solve this - fetching dependent record from database
I updated my question. There are 2 teams per match which are never the same for the whole 10 records. That is 2x10=20