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Comments by abdurahman ibn hattab (Top 9 by date)

abdurahman ibn hattab 7-Nov-14 19:11pm View
Right, I would do that too. The only thing I would like to emphasize is that often there is no evident point of "crossing the bridge". Most products are not overnight successes; they are the results of the everyday grind. Personally I prefer to be a bit proactive to avoid possible rat races with competitors, crackers and cyber-squatters in the future.
abdurahman ibn hattab 7-Nov-14 18:59pm View
Once you write such an application it will be immediately cracked. Faster than you even get your first 100 dollars.
abdurahman ibn hattab 3-Dec-13 2:23am View
Reason for my vote of 5 \n Excellent tip.
abdurahman ibn hattab 30-Nov-13 15:52pm View
Reason for my vote of 1 \n Original is at least maintainable. Your "improved" version is even more govnkokod.
abdurahman ibn hattab 28-Aug-13 6:05am View
do u need teh codes? l0l
abdurahman ibn hattab 17-Jul-13 3:11am View
Reason for my vote of 3 \n The largest anti-pattern in the world is the belief in patterns and anti-patterns.

Item "3. Functional Decomposition" is full <bs>. Every experienced software engineer will say it to you. There is no way to support functions larger than 1000 lines. What you suggest there is to copy & paste unneeded classes just to avoid the falling into "functional decomposition". What a twaddle.
abdurahman ibn hattab 21-Dec-11 8:51am View
That's why CodeProject goes to a failure nowadays...
abdurahman ibn hattab 21-Dec-11 8:49am View
Reason for my vote of 5
You do a honest job. Yes, it looks like self-service, but this is not bad at all when one has something to show. And you, dear Sir, have this "something".
abdurahman ibn hattab 16-Dec-11 6:47am View
Reason for my vote of 3
The title should sound as: "Become a Slave in 21 Days"