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What is prop trading?

Proprietary trading is a principle of operation of a financial company, whose main activity is the trading of stocks, futures, currencies, etc. in the financial markets. Trading is done with the company’s own funds. What are the best prop trading firms to choose from? With

January 25, 2022
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What is MostBet Casino?

MostBet Casino is a high-stakes, all-cash game that has been attracting gamblers from around Virginia for years. This upcoming July will be no different as they hold another great event!It’s not just about winning money at this casino either – guests are more

October 20, 2021
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Dedicated vs Cloud Hosting: Understanding the Pros and Cons

It’s not uncommon for people to be interested in the benefits of both dedicated hosting and cloud hosting. However, it can be difficult when you’re trying to figure out which is best for your business. Let’s take a look at what each has to offer! Dedicated

August 24, 2021
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Javascript Sucks As Much As You Let It

A poem in free verse. JavaScript is a very flawed programming language that we discuss in this blog post. So are the overwhelming majority of other programming languages. A large portion of JavaScript developers don’t understand or care what makes a language suck or not, nor

January 8, 2015
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Bespokists vs Gluers

Another in a long line of posts eschewing JavaScript frameworks has hit the web and the community response has been predictably dichotomous. Being a programmer, I of course have an opinion on this. But I try to retain a bit of nuance when looking at questions like this. I

January 21, 2014
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Bad Tests vs. No Tests vs. Never Tests

Bad tests are worse than no tests. But never trying to test is far, far worse than writing bad tests. Bad tests will exert a friction on your development efforts. They cost time to write, they cost time to maintain, they don’t provide clear benefit, and

December 31, 2013
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Strategy vs. Tactics in Coding Standards

I’m starting a new job on March 7. As I wrapped up my time with the company where I’ve spent the past 3 years, I spent some time thinking about the decisions and responsibilities that I was given, and that I took on, while there. One

March 16, 2011
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Identity Crisis in Computer Science Education

A while back, the seeds of a post started rolling around in my head, inspired by my lack of satisfaction with the preparation my education provided me for a programming career. But I didn’t quite know what I thought. Then not long ago, Joel Spolsky presented

January 28, 2008
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