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- Subject: Re: The source file culture
- From: Chris Camacho <c.camacho@...>
- Date: Mon, 07 Sep 2009 18:51:13 +0100
I'd love to be able to understand the reverse, why do people insist on
I would like to know why such culture exists.
There could be any manner of virus or back door in binary, at least if its
source code I can audit it myself, better yet I can fix it too.
I've been able to teach a number of people basic programming and
even people who have left school without qualifications, its just not as
difficult as it looks.
In many cases a developer is only too glad to help out someone who is
with their beloved creation...
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