George Stocker

Springfield, VA

georgestocker.com

Age: 32

I'm a Software Developer. I use the best language for the job. I talk about software, programming, and usability on my blog.


What I'm Good at:
  • Communicating
  • Creating awesome software that delivers value
  • Self-aggrandizing sentences (like these).

How to Reach me
Catch me on twitter or Linked In. If you want to see what I've done, check my CV.

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revised Are my questions too special or am I asking them wrong?
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revised Dependency Injection and 3rd Party APIs - Extension Methods w/ PI or Wrapper w/ CI
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comment Can moderators have the ability to add a "pinned" comment to a post?
Also related: meta.stackexchange.com/questions/182239/…
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comment Are my questions too special or am I asking them wrong?
@MichaM. After you edit the question, it'll automatically get kicked into the re-open queue. The community will review it and if the edit makes it clear and answerable (and addresses the issues I brought up in my answer), it'll be re-opened. Since I'm already directly involved, if you reply to my comment on your question, I can look and see if it should be reopened right then.
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comment Where should I keep the Angularjs files in my web application and how should I structure my routes and resources?
This is either too broad and primarily opinion based. Focus on one issue. "Where should I place the AngularJS files?" "What is the standard or the best practice"? "How should I manage my routes if I am building a simple application?" "Am I doing this right"? "And also what if I am using a NoSQL DB?" "Am I thinking in the right direction?" "what is the standard way to approach such database architecture problems? What are the best practices?" Too many questions, not enough focus, asking opinions.
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answered Are my questions too special or am I asking them wrong?
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revised Access to the remote server is denied because the current security context is not trusted in SQL Server agent job
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comment Should we add a "Do my work for me" close reason?
The first bolded addition "Additionally, answers are meant to illustrate an explanation, not to be pasted directly into your product code.", is incorrect at times. It's probably correct as often as it is incorrect. I like the second addition, however "Or you are asking for development of a [...] product."
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comment What's the best policy to follow with answers to "debug my code" questions?
Bless you for that last line. That's something people are quick to forget.
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revised How do I use a radio button to send a user to a new website in JavaScript?
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comment check constraint
To help you, we need the following: Which DBMS is this for? What are you trying to do? (Check constraint is not clear). What are your inputs? What are your expected outputs? What conditions should the check constraint check for? What is some input data? What is the table structure? What would valid input data look like? What would invalid input data look like?
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revised SQL Query: How to improve?
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comment SQL query gives me error about mismatch of count of columns
This really has nothing to do with ASP.NET. Your question would be easier to answer if you stripped away the ASP.NET part and just gave us the query, the table structure for the tables; and what the result should look like (with example data).
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comment VB Net Class in C#
@user2250708 The reason your question was downvoted and closed is that you didn't provide us with enough information to solve your problem. The commenters have said as much. If you want your questions to be better received, then you should provide the information needed to solve the problem. In this case, a minimal example the reproduces the issue you're having.
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comment SQL Query: How to improve?
What SQL Database Engine are you using? MySQL? SQL Server? Oracle? SQLLite?
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comment Is input type="password" secure?
All fields on the client are visible to the client. That's how the DOM works.
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