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Jun
13
comment How Do News Websites E.g. Forbes / Zdnet Seamlessly Merge One Webpage into Another?
The more important question is why do they do it.
Feb
27
revised Semantics of heading levels in multiple sections in HTML5
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Feb
27
answered Semantics of heading levels in multiple sections in HTML5
Feb
22
revised Does Oracle reap economic benefits by maintaining Java?
added 4 characters in body
Feb
22
answered Does Oracle reap economic benefits by maintaining Java?
Feb
17
accepted String splits to create arrays
Feb
17
awarded  Good Answer
Dec
22
revised readability vs shorter code in returning from function
added 610 characters in body
Dec
22
answered readability vs shorter code in returning from function
Nov
24
comment Function guaranteed to never return the same value twice
This is a good answer, because interviewer never ask questions to get a straight answer. They want you to give an answer where you can justify your decisions. If you understand the domain, nearly any answer will be suitable if you can justify it.
Nov
7
asked String splits to create arrays
Oct
18
awarded  Yearling
Oct
13
awarded  Enlightened
Sep
4
comment Why are the <b> and <i> tags deprecated?
@supercat class='bold'? Master Suku of The Codeless Code would have words with you about the use of such poor classnames. Consider this your last boldRedText.
Aug
28
answered Addressing the fact that primary keys are not part of your business domain
Jul
30
comment Client-side coding: How to prevent malicious use?
@Ajedi32 Client-side apps are insecure. It is impossible to design a secure app if any logic done client-side isn't checked server-side. At that point the client-side logic becomes a UI nicety or a way to offload basic checks, but everything, must always be checked on server!!.
Jul
25
accepted Referencing StackOverflow questions in comments
Jul
24
asked Referencing StackOverflow questions in comments
Jul
7
awarded  Civic Duty
Jan
24
comment Too many technologies … too little time to learn them all
"I'd like to learn all science", "I'd like to read all books". Welcome to life, you are here for a very finite amount of time. Learn to filter the wheat from the chaff and do the best you can.