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Embedded engineer, hardware and software on custom and mobile hardware.

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Jan
30
comment Why should passwords be encrypted if they are being stored in a secure database?
You make what I believe to be the most important point: YOU and your workers should not have access to the user's password. Who cares about the hacker, it's the people holding the data that concerns users.
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Oct
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Sep
13
comment Is over-engineering a warning sign?
If the problem is hard to understand, or hasn't been communicated well, this is the time for them to demonstrate the critical skill good to moderate programmers MUST have - defining the problem.
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21
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Feb
2
comment Why do we have postfix increment?
This should be migrated or closed. It's more a CS theory or programming question, and should no longer reside on SO as it's a very subjective (and due to the assertions the OP makes about readability, somewhat argumentative) question. There is no objectively correct answer that everyone can agree on.
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