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comment Privilege (Access/Permission) Control for Hierarchial Structured Resource
BTW I am developing in .NET land (C# to be specific).
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comment Privilege (Access/Permission) Control for Hierarchial Structured Resource
Thanks, I've looked the standard documentation and generated some source code based on xsd; and yet It seems complicated and I have not found so many projects (especially open source ones) use this standard; or rather an expected level of activity in these standards. Am I missing something?
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asked How to factor out data layer in nopCommerce and replace MS SQL with RavenDB?
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comment Geographically Distributed (Data & App) Architecture
It's the part (so called) "filtered replication"; so far I have not any idea how to implement that part. Every node should work with that portion of data that it is authorized to; and there is a common portion of data that should be shared among all nodes.
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comment Do dynamic typed languages deserve all the criticism?
You can get commercial support for any major open-source project. Big companies use dynamically typed PL for big parts (sure suitable ones), Facebook uses PHP (UI) and Erlang (chat), Twitter uses Ruby (UI), Google uses Python (I do not know for what) and Lisp and Python are being used in many sophisticated research projects. Note: I am a C# developer I (almost) never used a dynamically typed language; yet these points do not stand valid to a considerable extend.
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comment How can I get my own encryption algorithm tested?
@Gary Rowe I did not know there is a crypto.stackexchange.com! Thanks for comment.