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awarded  Popular Question
May
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comment Continuous Integration / Deployment: Test on commit, pull request, or what?
@BryanOakley I've had lots of problems with its web interface. The errors weren't clear, I had to refresh the page to be able to see the credentials I just added to the form (losing all the info I just entered in other fields), a tiny and blank popup appeared many times, etc. I would much rather have no GUI at all and use a clean command-line API, than a shitty GUI.
May
6
asked Continuous Integration / Deployment: Test on commit, pull request, or what?
Sep
25
comment How to find bottlenecks in an application?
Interesting, thanks. I'm not sure I understood it though. Can't you just generate more data samples for your profiler with the same script?
Sep
22
accepted How to find bottlenecks in an application?
Sep
22
comment How to find bottlenecks in an application?
Very interesting, thanks.
Sep
21
comment How to find bottlenecks in an application?
So profiling is something that is not done in production?
Sep
20
asked How to find bottlenecks in an application?
Sep
10
comment Is my application vulnerable to SQL injection if I don't specify each type in Doctrine2?
I'm not using Symfony, only some of its components. I use Doctrine2's ORM, but there are some cases where you just want to run some SQL, so you use only the DBAL. So I need to know whether it's secure. Apparently it is secure when you use prepared statements. Most of the DBAL's methods use prepared statements behind the scenes. But the what the docs say about types and escaping is still kind of confusing, I don't know.
Aug
9
comment Is my application vulnerable to SQL injection if I don't specify each type in Doctrine2?
@YannisRizos I cannot partially trust the tool. It either is secure or it isn't. So either I will have to always escape the values, or never. Doing it only some times will either be a waste of precious time, or insecure, and the resulting code will be awful.
Aug
9
comment Is my application vulnerable to SQL injection if I don't specify each type in Doctrine2?
@YannisRizos I'm talking about types. Nowhere in those examples the author used types. But still, thanks for the link, because there he clearly states that the prepared statements' examples are secure, even though he didn't use types.
Aug
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asked Is my application vulnerable to SQL injection if I don't specify each type in Doctrine2?
May
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accepted Are there any Clojure libraries for p2p?
May
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asked Are there any Clojure libraries for p2p?
Nov
26
accepted Is the UX affected negatively by fully cacheable pages?
Nov
25
awarded  Teacher
Nov
25
comment Is the UX affected negatively by fully cacheable pages?
Thanks, yes I know ESI but I felt like I was wasting a lot of caching power by not using full page caches. The only pages that I was able to fully cache, were not even worth it.
Nov
25
asked Is the UX affected negatively by fully cacheable pages?
Oct
25
comment Should an image be able to resize itself in OOP?
@andho I don't know. This question arised while developing a website to share images, but I might need these components for other pieces of software in the future.
Sep
6
awarded  Cleanup