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comment Do we set the bar too high by requiring that code tests not suffer from buffer overflow?
It's also code written in an interview, perhaps forgivable given time constraints. I'd at least be sure to mention to them that their code needs to not suffer from buffer overflow.
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comment Choosing between words with different spellings for function names
I don't think there's any particular rule of thumb, except to stay consistent in whatever you choose.
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comment use of jquery-latest
@jimsmith Just because your code breaks doesn't mean everyone's will. Many people like getting the most recent updates to the jquery file (as max said there could be performance improvements and bugfixes). I'd imagine breaking changes with jquery are rare (such as a function being deprecated).
Jan
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comment Can I ask the job interviewer to show me their code before joining the company?
I don't see what that's objectionable - it's not like they have to give him a copy - he's not going to memorize it if he takes a quick look at it.
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answered Store image as logic file (in db by using binary format) or physical file (in the server)
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comment Intern Screening - Software 'Quiz'
+1 I agree with this completely. When I went for an interview at my current job I had to make two bugfixes to production code - not only did it show them I could do the job but it also gave me a good idea of exactly the type of code I'd be working with.
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