“What are the levels of skill of a coder?”
The answers that I get, usually, were something along the lines of: “fresh grad, mid-level developer, and senior developer”, or “software developer, software engineer, and software architect”. My guess is that this is based upon what the companies they work for have structured their development teams around.
This is an easy means of classification, of course - …continue reading »
Postgres 9.3 added support for new data types, JSON and JSONB; the latter of which is very similar to BSON used in MongoDb.
However, I was very disappointed because while it was possible to Create/Read/Update/Delete entire JSON objects, it was not possible to Create/Update/Delete individual keys within the JSON object - it was all or nothing, which I was not too happy about; even pestering PostgreSql’s developers intermittently about. Many others …continue reading »
Microsoft’s flagship browser has been causing web developers much anguish for over a decade now, and they appear to have unleashed an “improved” version of that mediocrity upon us via WinJS in their offering for HTML apps for Windows.
The first thing that we need is to generate a Visual Studio solution. …continue reading »
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