I make Manchurian Chicken all the time. It's a street delicacy served on toothpicks. There are infinite ways to make it. I post my variation on Manchurian Chicken online. It's a statement of fact which is not copyrightable. A code snippet is simply a recipe. It's not creative in the slightest, it's an example of how to solve a problem. Integrating the snippet into an actual work, it's the work that's copyrightable, not the statement of fact. This license debate has reached the limits of the absurd.
I've updated my profile on SO with:
Every post I make to Stack Overflow is explicitly released to the Public Domain and may be used without restriction. The license of the author in every case supersedes any blanket license of a service provider.
I doubt it'll impact me in the slightest. I use it to find workarounds to consuming complicated APIs and even the stuff I paste gets refactored beyond recognition from the original. To me, how to integrate with Oauth is a statement of fact with hundreds of examples, and by the time I've customized it for my needs good luck finding anything that might be its source.
I think you meant Denmark.
There's nothing as pathetic as a Freddie Mercury reach around.
The Lord of the flies called. They have a quarter. Two guesses what you're supposed to use it for. The second one is to use it as a fucking repository.
I expected this reaction. You just don't get it. Testing hasn't been eliminated, simply the silo. I've worked on a few tester-free teams and it's been an unbeatable experience.
That's precisely what PayPal does
I thought this was what ipv6 was for.
I know it's been a while but I heard about what happened to your dad. Sorry for your loss.
Enjoy, I can do this all week.
Neckbeards dominate windows 10 posts and I have more cred than the lot of them. Upgrade to windows now rather than later and free yourselves from tools who think that hijacking your boot is okay.
Is it possible that software is not like anything else, that it is meant to be discarded: that the whole point is to always see it as a soap bubble?