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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Comparing strings against a pool of words
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comment How to safeguard a REST API for only trusted mobile applications
@Supercell You can't show someone data and then stop them from sharing it. If you don't want some to have Data, you don't give it (show it) to them.
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Nov
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comment How to safeguard a REST API for only trusted mobile applications
The SSL will only certify the Mobile device, NOT the mobile application.
Nov
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answered How to safeguard a REST API for only trusted mobile applications
Nov
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reviewed Edit suggested edit on Is the use of “utf8=✓” preferable to “utf8=true”?
Nov
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revised Is the use of “utf8=✓” preferable to “utf8=true”?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Is it reasonable to insist on reproducing every defect before diagnosing and fixing it?
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awarded  Announcer
Oct
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Has anyone used “Design Pattern Framework (TM)”?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on What is a good IDE for client side JavaScript development?
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on From an execution perspective is an interpreter the same as the JVM / or the .net Framework
Oct
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revised How to sell Agile development to (waterfall) clients
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29
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
29
comment I want a trivial example of where MongoDB can scale but a relational database will have trouble
+1 to "When does a NoSQL database shine? When you realize you've just built a NoSQL database using a SQL RDB as the storage engine!"
Oct
28
comment I want a trivial example of where MongoDB can scale but a relational database will have trouble
@MasonWheeler that may work, I've never done such a thing so i cant really comment on it. (But keep in mind that this is not a distance traveled thing) I actually spoke to an Travel booking Company (One of the largest in the world) This was the method they used.
Oct
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comment I want a trivial example of where MongoDB can scale but a relational database will have trouble
@MasonWheeler not sure what you mean by "variant on A*"
Oct
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comment I want a trivial example of where MongoDB can scale but a relational database will have trouble
@RyanWeir The answers to those questions will have to Application specific. TO be quite honest is sounds like you want to sell NoSql to the team because you want to learn NoSql. But that's a invalid reason, so you are trying to come up with something else. I would just tell them that, "Let's use NoSQL so we can learn it, it's a good skill to have".