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comment Are there any widely accepted sets of standards/practices for secure coding?
Asking for off-site resources is another problem / reason for closing questions. Why do you need to update your standards? Put another way, what problem does updating your standards solve?
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comment Are there any widely accepted sets of standards/practices for secure coding?
Why is asking a question on “best practice” a bad thing?
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comment Finding repeated text in a string
There's a more general question Algorithm for finding automorphisms of a string in O(n) time that could solve this even if the text is repeated more than twice. I hesitate to call this a duplicate though.
Nov
21
comment What should an object be called that contains only setters and getters?
Not entirely sure I agree. OP's objects have no methods, just setters & getters. POCOs and POJOs might be very complex, just unencumbered with external dependencies (i.e., inheritance from a particular framework). What am I missing?
Nov
20
comment How to identify modules in a software
If you were to describe your ecommerce system to someone while standing in front of a whiteboard, what would you draw?
Nov
20
comment Will Web App Written Using .NET Run On A Mac
If you just need to upload/download PDF files, you can do that in a standard .NET web app without any ActiveX controls or Term Server.
Nov
20
comment What is the justification for the running time of this loop?
Use paper & pencil and walk through this by hand for n = 3. You'll probably see the answer.
Nov
19
comment Generic invoicing / billing system for C# or cloud-based with API
Click the flag button and ask a moderator to move it.
Nov
18
comment C: volatile struct versus volatile members of struct
This question appears to be off-topic because it belongs on Stack Overflow, but would be closed there as a duplicate of Volatile Struct Semantics
Nov
17
comment What is the most minimal web app stack for a server?
Why don't you ask your IT department what would be easiest for them to support?
Nov
15
comment Looking for Guidance in Setting Standards
Why is asking a question on “best practice” a bad thing?
Nov
12
comment Reopen request - Will java be relevant in 5 years?
Real programmers don't take offense much.
Nov
10
comment Reference counting & GC in LISP
There are ascii drawing tools out there - AsciiDraw, etc.
Nov
10
comment one github account, both personal and for work - how to make it secure?
Having separate accounts is probably the wisest option. What if you were to leave the company?
Nov
7
comment Practical applications of pattern printing programs
Can you elaborate? What do you mean by "printing a pattern"?
Nov
7
comment Is this a well known design pattern?
I think we may have an XY Problem here.
Nov
4
comment Web-programming vs Hardcore-programming
This question appears to be off-topic because it belongs on Meta but is too old to migrate
Oct
29
comment How was the system clock first used in early computers?
@sharptooth - The question isn't about when the first real computers existed, it's about when the first real computers included time of day clocks. WW2 era computers may or may not have included them, but I'm sure the commercial boxes did (because they had to bill for time).
Oct
29
comment How was the system clock first used in early computers?
Perhaps the last sentence should have been "... stopped being research projects and began to be used for commerce"?
Oct
27
comment No repeated coordinates in random walker ensemble
Sounds like a Collision Detection problem