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  • Smooth-talking your way through with abstraction

    We all know the drill. Politicians, executives, management and such have a tendency to employ a rather slippery technique to answer difficult questions posed to them. In any unconscious or conscious effort to sound cool, evade, confuse, distract the recipients of their messages, statements heavy on vague meaning, ambiguous references, ...
    Posted to Software Development (Forum) by icelava on May 3, 2007
  • What does WSDL stand for?

    Granted, I have not been a developer of decent web services myself, given my involvement in projects throughout my career path. But at least I had long established just what WSDL stands for. In fact you will even see the World Wide Web Consortium confused over this acronym, so Web Services Definition Language or Web Services Description Language ...
    Posted to Software Development (Forum) by icelava on January 30, 2007
  • The Internet is directly in your hard drive!

    In the regular activity of marking the answers interviewees give to technical questions we challenge them with, I continue to be taught blindingly new revelations of truth that escaped my eyes for all these years: Question: Where on the Internet would you look for Web Services? Answer: ''\bin'' directory
    Posted to Software Development (Forum) by icelava on September 21, 2006
  • The effective way to avoid multi-threaded solutions

    I recently had the pleasure of marking some answer sheets of software development questions my company hands out to interview candidates. I am not too sure if I am allowed to LOL in such a disruptive manner anymore.... Question: How do you stop a long-running process from blocking the UI? Answer: CTRL-ALT-DEL
    Posted to Software Development (Forum) by icelava on June 12, 2006
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