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answered What's better approach when creating a user control: receive a full object or only the needed values?
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revised What would a piecework-based payment system for software development look like?
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answered What would a piecework-based payment system for software development look like?
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comment How valuable and rare is being able to create something from scratch?
Your last sentence could include the OS itself. Did you build everything, including the OS? :P
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answered Is it reasonable to expect knowing the whole stack bottom up?
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answered What is the economic rationale for focusing on free, open source projects?
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comment Why isn't protection against SQL injection a high priority?
The other reason is that SQL injection is not always viewed as a relevant concern for internal apps. (Not that they're right.)
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comment How to Implement Restricted Access to Application Features
Actually, it would be better to define features of the plans (as Eli suggested). The .NET Roles would then map to the features. (Any one feature could be part of multiple plans.) If you create a whole new set of plans, the features will still exist and very little code would need to change.
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revised Use open-source programs in your company?
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comment How to Implement Restricted Access to Application Features
It would help your thoughts to take a good hard look at why Microsoft pushes people toward the use of Roles in .NET. (Like this article: msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/cc301838.aspx)
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comment What's the benefit of object-oriented programming over procedural programming?
@Lundin: I'm not sure what you're going after. If someone is working in Java, he/she is exposed to OOP concepts all over the place (framework, samples, tutorials, etc.) So, not having a clue about OOP would be rather unusual in a primarily OOP language.
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answered Diagram that could explain a state machine's code?