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Just another C# developer currently with Microsoft.


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comment Using Microsoft Office software as part of my web service backend?
Microsoft does not recommend or support server-side Automation of Office. You can do it anyway at your own risk. Here are some of the things that you may want to consider - support.microsoft.com/kb/257757
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comment Can you actually produce high quality code if you are sleep deprived?
Only 36 hours! To be a good programmer, you code for nine days straight (like Charlie did)! programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/25432/…
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comment How do you stop yourself from making mistakes?
Best way to stop making mistakes is to stop trying. Problem solved!
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comment How much database access should developers have?
@Chad Its good that you have actually not seen that "Twilight" crap. At least you won't have to pretend to not have seen it, like me. ;)
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answered How much database access should developers have?
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comment How much database access should developers have?
Probably you meant to ask "How much production database access should developers have?"
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comment A client wants us to screen work machines for pornography. Is it possible?
I want to be a tester for this project!!
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comment I don't really understand “Backend/Serverside” when it comes to web-development?
Where do you think the Qs and As of this site are going and how?
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comment Why big internet companies (Google, Facebook, Twitter, etc) going open source way?
@Gagandeep Also look at this programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/22809/…
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comment Why big internet companies (Google, Facebook, Twitter, etc) going open source way?
@Gagandeep Please read the FAQ before asking a question.