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Comments by newton.saber (Top 27 by date)
Reason for my vote of 5 \n Thanks for sharing. I've worked through a similar solution and this is a good tip/trick on encryption/decryption.
Reason for my vote of 4 \n Shh... don't tell, but, I agree. The thing is that companies are now just looking up these questions in those INTERVIEW books and asking them. Then if you are one of the ones who memorized the answers you are good to go. But if you've been too busy to read those books because you are developing real software and not memorizing short snippetsa and exact syntax of little comamnds then you don't do as well. It's a gamed and people are gaming it.
Reason for my vote of 4 \n A few gaps for me, but over all a good quick explanation of a way to handle the antiforgery. Thanks
Reason for my vote of 5 \n That's a good example and a nice tip. Thanks for writing it up. Your code was clean enough that I could tell what it was doing very quickly.
Reason for my vote of 4 \n Nice article would've liked to see a bit more explanation, but it is a tip/trick so it is fine. Thanks for sharing.
Reason for my vote of 5 \n A very nice, quick introduction to google reCaptcha and nice example of using it in ASP.Net. Thanks.
I have not seen that. I know there is a free trial, but then if it all works I would want to purchase it but the cost is quite high for RAD Studio:
NEW USER $4,866.00
For that cost, I'd probably rather just buy a mac and develop natively.
Thanks for your input though.
Reason for my vote of 4 \n I think this was solid introduction to System.Speech which I didn't even know existed.
You appropriately marked the article as a tip and I appreciate that. Also 1 for providing the using statements. Very important since I didn't know this was in the .NET library.
Reason for my vote of 5 \n Very good article. Very easy to read and made me think about the solution and other things. I would've liked to know if the battery was completely charged (or only partially) after 4 hours. Is it possible to charge the battery completely or is there a higher voltage requirement than what can be generated via this setup?
Thanks for sharing the very good article.
Reason for my vote of 4 \n Wow, naming is the linguist's choice of application in the modern time of validated authority who are whereby held on for another year. It's the same with winter storms, by of which, the latest preoration is named Astro for 2014. It's quite amazing that all snowflakes are actually fallen in the winter of a septillion or more on average and snow will be flying soon. This naming of these storms by weather people is similar to the algebraists who are psychedelic in nature, don't you think? I'm not sure.
Reason for my vote of 1 \n Fascinating that without names we cannot even speak about things.
Reason for my vote of 1 \n Ah yes, fascinating because without names we cannot even speak of such things.
Reason for my vote of 2 \n Well it all comes down to naming then doesn't it?
Reason for my vote of 1 \n it is an interesting thought about naming and whether artists would be artists by any other name.
Reason for my vote of 3 \n interesting without artists in the world, where would we be?
Reason for my vote of 3 \n interesting even if you aren't an artist
Reason for my vote of 2 \n interesting as an artist
Reason for my vote of 1 \n Interesting though possibly not a tip or a trick. how about a blog entry?
Reason for my vote of 1 \n This is one of the better articles of the ones I've read.
Reason for my vote of 3 \n Interesting needs more explanation and needs to use more descriptive variable names and not specify everything as [obj] since everything is an object anyway.
Reason for my vote of 5 \n Very cool application. Very innovative and good use of Canvas ability to output to image. Also very cool that you leveraged AngularJS. And, the business card output looks better than 90% of the ones that a real graphic designer does. :D
Thanks for sharing.
Reason for my vote of 5 \n Interesting idea and well documented / easy to read.
Reason for my vote of 3 \n I'm giving a 3, not to be mean but allow me to explain. When I first took a look at this article I would've given it a 1. That's because I was thinking like a developer and thinking "that is ridiculous, maybe we should just dream of entering a natural language search that finds the one link that answers my question". There are really numerous things to solve in your proposed problem. I mean computers are not great at trying to get what we intend and websites don't exactly mark items as "instrument played" etc. But then as I thought about it, I thought "hey, why can't it be that way?" Why can't it all be easy. I enter a famous person's name and the web tells me what I want to know. So the web knows what I want to know. Fantastic. Yes, fantasy is the root of fantastic. So this article does lead to some creative thoughts, but it took me some work -- why do I have to do that work? :D Then also there is the fact that this is a coding web site, we need some code to be worked out. We want to see real life examples. That's why I'm giving you a 3. At least give me a nice algorithm that I can run real fast to see it look up one famous person's name and get the data back. That's my $3.52 worth of feedback. Roll with it, bro. :D
Reason for my vote of 5 \n Clearly written and explained. Also, very interesting coincidence because I also wrote a dictionary service and the request is very similar of course. http://newtonsaber.com/temp/deflookup.aspx?term=serendipity
Check out the first article in my series (and soon coming 2nd article -pending CP review) which shows how to use it:
Keep on learning, keep on coding.
Reason for my vote of 5 \n Excellent utility and article. Thanks for sharing.
Reason for my vote of 5 \n Great article. Nicely written, fantastic screenshots and a very nice utility. A few years back I needed something just like this and I wrote a quick utility to do the work too, but yours has a much nicer interface. Hope to see more ideas and articles.
Reason for my vote of 4 \n A good readable article. The one thing I'd have liked to see were some trade-offs comparing this way to other ways of doing this. For example, why not just post the values via QueryString? Also, discuss why the PreviousPage.FindControl way is better and/or discuss the situations in which each might be used. I liked reading / learning about the PreviousPage property.
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