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

At night I am developing 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 How would another popular language avoid having to use the factory pattern while managing similar complexity as in Java/Java EE?
Thank you for this anecdote. Can you also elaborate a bit on the "what are the alternatives?" part of the question so we don't become like that too?
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comment How do remote programmers working on proprietary software go about securing their work/source code?
Sourcecode is rarely as valuable as you think it is. Either your software is so unique that nobody except you has a use for it anyway, or it is so generic that you can prevent commercial distribution in a legal way. And when your concerns are security-motivated... your are doing it wrong!
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comment Can I use MIT code within a MS-PL project?
@thefiloe The MIT license says: "The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software". That means your software must include the full license text somewhere. But it does not define exactly how and where, so when you have a more suitable way to place the license text you can do so.
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comment Can I use MIT code within a MS-PL project?
@thefiloe Yes, you need to do that. But when your program has some place for copyright information (about-page, credits, readme etc.) you need to place it there, too.
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