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At day I work as an ABAP developer in civil service.

At night I am developing WizardMMO, a web-based MMORPG using HTML5 Javascript for the client, Java for the server and MongoDB as database backend. You can follow my progress on my development blog.


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comment Is using multiple static classes with maximum one public method is a good idea
With such a programming style you should rather use a procedural programming language than an object-oriented one.
Dec
15
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Dec
15
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Dec
14
answered can a closed source commercial software make system(3) calls to GPL applications (not libraries)?
Dec
13
revised Are version numbers needed
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Dec
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answered Are version numbers needed
Dec
10
revised Does a licence exist where forking forces the developer to resell it when developer want to redistribute?
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answered Does a licence exist where forking forces the developer to resell it when developer want to redistribute?
Dec
4
answered Securing sensitive data from developers
Nov
26
answered How to deal with product owner who refuses to follow UI design rules
Nov
15
revised What is the utility of the predictable SHA's in git?
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Nov
15
answered What is the utility of the predictable SHA's in git?
Nov
11
comment Decreasing MongoDB Load
There is no magic "run faster" button. You need to show us your documents, queries, indexes and shard keys and maybe we can figure out a way to increase performance.
Nov
8
comment Is a bad choice to consume the REST API also from the back-end?
This is usually referred to as service-oriented architecture.
Nov
6
comment using one database connection across multiple functions in python
Are these meant to be unit-tests? When that's the case, they shouldn't use the database because that would introduce dependencies on the state of an external system. You should use mock-objects to simulate the database instead.
Nov
6
comment Why do we use non-descriptive internal codenames?
By the way: The internal name for "Windows 10" is actually "Windows NT 6.4". But the marketing would never admit that 6.0 aka "Vista" was the last version where the operating system kernel got a major redesign.
Nov
2
comment Does code format affect performance?
@JayElston This is actually a common misconception among newbie programmers who are only told the simplified explanation "the computer reads and executes your code" and weren't yet taught what actually happens behind the scenes when they click on "compile&run".
Nov
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