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comment Web api VERB to use to create a document
This question has been asked and answered hundreds of times already. Have you tried searching SO?
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revised How can i prevent page from reloading?
formatting
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comment CocoaPods and Swift - Safe to rely on?
Just a heads up: This question (and all primarily subjective questions) would get closed on programmers.se Please take a look at P.SE's posting guidelines before posting there or recommending others post there. Thanks.
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comment What is an accepted method of timestamping in a distributed system?
Hm, I didn't know that :)
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comment What is an accepted method of timestamping in a distributed system?
II) is still susceptible to errors, though. There is no such that as two perfectly synchronized clocks.
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comment Process of handing over source code to a customer
It really depends on what the customer wants. If they know about software development, they will probably want some basic build documentation along with working code. If they don't know anything about software development you'll need to decide for yourself what is a reasonable (and ethical) handover. Either way, that should all be specified ahead of time in your contract with the customer.
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comment Process of handing over source code to a customer
Or you don't do any of that if you haven't been paid to do it. What you're describing is the courteous thing to do but not necessarily the OP's obligation. It really all boils down to the original agreement between company and customer.
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awarded Supporter
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awarded Autobiographer
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revised Why constructors cannot be final
Minor language and formatting tweaks.
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comment Why do arrays in .Net have Length but other collection types have Count?
@EricLippert Well, thanks for your input anyway. It seems to have been conclusive enough to determine the fate of this question :)
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comment Explaining new or uncommon syntax in comments
I agree with you there. I guess where we disagree is how to supply that narrative. I shy away from traditional comments because the ones I find are usually stale. I used to trust traditional comments but I've been bitten too many times.
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comment Explaining new or uncommon syntax in comments
And I'm saying that if you're relying on bread crumbs to keep your system afloat then you have much bigger issues.
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comment Which one is better way to detect selected value? PHP vs. jQuery
@Zak no, not programmers.se. This would get closed very quickly there.
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comment C# try/finally for state cleanup
by "bad" I meant "invalid"
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comment Explaining new or uncommon syntax in comments
I personally try to avoid comments as much as possible. Sure, comments may help in this instance, but they still carry all the usual problems as well. My recommendation: Don't coddle the future developers on the project. They will need to learn how this stuff works. Coddling them just slows them down.
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revised Why do arrays in .Net have Length but other collection types have Count?
edited title
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comment Why do arrays in .Net have Length but other collection types have Count?
I can't find my Lippert-whistle, so I don't think we'll get a good answer today :(
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comment C# try/finally for state cleanup
I'm sure there are plenty of bad reasons for not doing it. I can't think of any good ones, though.
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