Apr
26
comment When is a BIG Rewrite the answer?
Sir, your senior developers are made of unicorns. One day? No, with a very well defined scope and a very small feature, it may very well be so. What I don't believe is "it will take mid-level fourteen days, while a senior just one".
Apr
26
comment Laravel Elixir - adding watch paths
Doesn't work with Elixir 3.0 :(
Apr
20
awarded Popular Question
Apr
18
comment What is the best way to iterate over a Dictionary in C#?
@Nate and if I do know the type, but don't want an extra boilerplate? Is this code faster, or does it not matter?
Apr
6
accepted What does the 'env' property in 'app.php' do?
Apr
5
asked What does the 'env' property in 'app.php' do?
Apr
3
comment Better way to read Laravel (PHP) Logs
@user1864610 you know, to fix the errors you don't write many more code, you try to read and understand where's the error coming from. For that you need the best tools, and so the question is very valid and doesn't deserve this criticism (nor the negative feedback).
Apr
1
accepted The mod_negotiation seems to be enabled, but .php files without extensions return 404
Mar
31
awarded Teacher
Mar
29
awarded Favorite Question
Mar
22
comment Installing JDK 8 and JRE 8 silently on a Windows machine through command line
Does this work for exe instead of msi?
Mar
22
comment Installing JDK 8 and JRE 8 silently on a Windows machine through command line
What will the installer do if Java is already installed? Will it uninstall Java and reinstall it or will it only uninstall? And in the latter case will it indicate what it did, preferably not through the log? Will reboot be actually required before Java is usable?
Mar
22
awarded Caucus
Mar
20
comment Strict moderation on Stack Overflow
You are right... I continued arguing because I confused your answer (and thus the context in which I viewed your comments) with an answer just below. I'm sorry about that... During the recent months the closing thing is becoming a bit too personal for me, though I'm not even a newbie. Some are definitely closed for the right reasons, but it's just odd how I can't seem to get it right, thought I'm trying, and used to get it right before. I wonder if there are others who feel the same way...
Mar
20
comment Strict moderation on Stack Overflow
Bad grammar is definitely not a problem in my book. It's actually fun to be a Grammar Nazi for a few minutes and edit the broken question, so there's no reason why such questions should be closed. But what bothers me really is I feel a general bias towards closing a question instead of salvaging it through edit or migration. It takes just 5 votes to close a question, and there's no option to vote against closing, so for a question to stay open, someone should come back and vote for reopen, when usually no-one (with The Power) cares anymore.
Mar
20
comment Strict moderation on Stack Overflow
I would say that while the question volume excuse kind of works for Stack Overflow, it doesn't work at all for all the companion Stack Exchange sites. I've now lost all the hope I had for Programmers, and this is mutual - the last something like half a dozen questions I've asked there have been downvoted and closed. It's also curious how downvoting a question has a penalty (though barely existing), while closing it, having a vastly more severe effect on the OP, is free.
Mar
20
comment Strict moderation on Stack Overflow
The question was mostly about closing the "don't belong here" questions, and your answer is only about duplicates. Yes, duplicates are closed, well, as duplicates. The problem is that way too many questions are closed as "too subjective", "not constructive" (itself often quite subjective), "doesn't belong here" (often not constructive, considering the "close and migrate" feature could use a lot of improvement, so lots of questions end up just closed).
Mar
20
comment GNU Lesser GPL, application sell?
"Your proprietary software's license must allow reverse engineering and modifying of your program" - does that also apply in case when LGPL-licensed part is a helper application, not a library? This might be very important when the non-LGPL part is written in interpreted language and so the technical barrier to reverse engineering does not exist, leaving only the legal barrier standing.
Mar
20
comment InnoSetup: pack folder with all subfolders
Would Source: "..\Tcl"; DestDir: "{app}"; Flags: ignoreversion recursesubdirs work too?
Mar
19
awarded Yearling
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