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comment How to work with a messy codebase and client
Good news, I pushed through it and managed to make a huge improvement on his site. Yes I'm not on target with time, but the client has finally told me this morning not to worry about rushing, and that he's happy with progress even if it's a little slower than expected. Yay!
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comment How to work with a messy codebase and client
This was an excellent response. I do accept responsibility for not reviewing the code as I should have. It hurts, I've never had to abandon a project before. I think I'm going to refund the cash and move along.
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comment What is Atomicity?
This is an excellent answer that helps me visualise Atomicity. Could you include an example of an atomic operation?
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comment What is Atomicity?
@Euphoric do you know of any good books that discuss topics such as Atomicity and other low level topics in detail?
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comment What is Atomicity?
@Euphoric yes I read that. I was trying to find an MSDN article with some code examples.
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@owlstead care to post as an answer with an example? Pseudo code or any language of choice.
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