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  • Tzahi Fadida wrote: > Hi, > I am researching coding styles for kernel code and enforcement tools. > I think i like the benefits of BSD/KNF coding style: > see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indent_style when you write code for the linux kernel - use the linux kernel coding conventions. when you write code for the (net/free/open)bsd kernel - use the specific bsd kernel's coding...
    guy keren Jun 2, 2007
  • Shlomi, i'm sorry that you got fired. however, i think you should do some introspection about why you unable to find a steady work place for such a long time - you're burning yourself out in the market place. coming up with ideas about utopian companies, without even thinking how they'll earn money, can help you release steam. it will not help you earn a living. unlike with the...
    guy keren Apr 2, 2007
  • shlomi - i think you're a good example for a student that went to the wrong faculty. everything you seem to find interest in, falls under programming. you should have gone into the CS faculty instead. you didn't know that in advance, i imagine (hardly anyone does) - but i think that once you realized this, you should have had the courage to make the switch, instead of forcing...
    guy keren Mar 22, 2007
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  • actually, the law says that your software must ensure you'll never have two receipts with the same number. --guy On Thu, 2006-07-20 at 09:29 +0300, Ori Idan wrote: > I think this is Off topic but I will answer anyway. > You may not issue a receipt or invoice using a spreadsheet or an editor > since with an editor you can change the number of the receipt. > The most important...
    guy keren Jul 20, 2006
  • On Thu, 6 Apr 2006, Omer Zak wrote: > http://www.nickfortescue.com/2006/04/agents-for-software-engineers.html > > Is there anyone, who tried his hand representing software developers? > If yes, how did it turn out? > How do architects (the kind who design buildings) handle this? he's already said it - programmers are back-stage people. they don't sell the software - not even in...
    guy keren Apr 6, 2006
  • On Mon, 2 Jan 2006, Omer Zak wrote: > Someone asked me to help him learn regular expressions (used by egrep, > sed, awk, perl, python, ...). > > So I am considering writing yet another tutorial about the subject. > Since there appear to be some tutorials about the subject, I'll > appreciate inputs about whether the existing tutorials are good enough > and what could I do...
    guy keren Jan 2, 2006
  • On Fri, 18 Nov 2005, Uri Even-Chen wrote: > guy keren wrote: > > since spamming is not _illegal_ in _israel_, it most likely can NOT be > > used as a valid _legal_ reason to break out of a contract between a > > _israeli_ person and a _israeli_ company. > > > > please do NOT take what i write out of context - the original poster > > didn't ask about the morality of the issue - he...
    guy keren Nov 18, 2005
  • On Thu, 17 Nov 2005, Uri Even-Chen wrote: > guy keren wrote: > > since spamming is not yet illegal in israel (it isn't, right?) - i don't > > think you have a good legal case here. > > It's illegal in many countries, and I think that's enough.It's also > considered unethical.You have the right not to work with a company > which is doing something illegal, unethical or immoral...
    guy keren Nov 17, 2005
  • On Thu, 17 Nov 2005, Nadav Har'El wrote: > I have no idea, nor do I care, about these legalities. In most "high-tech" > companies, "severance pay" works through a "bituch menahalim", which you > get regardless of whether you quit or get fired, so this is not an issue. this has nothing to do with it being in "bituach menahalim". it has to do with norms, and with usage of a specific...
    guy keren Nov 17, 2005
  • On Thu, 17 Nov 2005, Omer Zak wrote: > Recently I got spam E-mail advertising service provided by a company > (which I'll leave nameless for now), with whom I almost subcontracted > few months ago to do a project for them. > > This raises the following questions of principle: > Suppose you do subcontract work for a company.Then you find that you > and other people got spam from...
    guy keren Nov 17, 2005