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  • Why do enterprise app programmers get higher salaries than web programmers

    - by jpartogi
    I am an enterprise app programmer, mainly using Java, but now I want to move into web programming and build websites that are visited by millions of users. But what is surprising to me is that the salary level is so much different. A Java programmer seems to get a higher salary than a web programmer. Why is this so? Is it perceived that Java/enterprise applications are more difficult, thus the programmers get a higher salary?

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  • Java or Python for internet application?

    - by jpartogi
    In choosing a technology for internet applications where the number of users may scale over time, which one should we consider: Java or Python? What are the considerations in choosing one and not the other? If speed and scalability is our main criteria, which one should we use? We have looked around and it seems that there are more websites that use Python [i.e : Quora, digg, reddit, bitbucket and disqus] than Java. Based on that, can we say that Python is more suitable for internet applications where speed and scalability is the main criteria? However we have browsed around and found some comments saying that Java is actually faster than Python. Thank you for your insights.

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  • Why do business analysts and project managers get higher salaries than programmers? [closed]

    - by jpartogi
    We have to admit that programming is much more difficult than creating documentation or even creating Gantt chart and asking progress to programmers. So for us that are naives, knowing that programming is generally more difficult, why do business analysts and project managers get higher salary than programmers? What is it that makes their job a high paying job when even at most times programmers are the ones that go home late? UPDATE Excuse my ignorance, from some of the response it seems that the reason why BAs and PMs gets higher salary because they are the ones that usually responsible for the mess programmers make. But at the end of the day, it is programmers that get their hands dirty to fix the mess and work harder. So it still does not make sense.

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  • Why do business analysts and project managers get higher salaries than programmers?

    - by jpartogi
    We have to admit that programming is much more difficult than creating documentation or even creating Gantt chart and asking progress to programmers. So for us that are naives, knowing that programming are generally more difficult, why does business analysts and project managers gets higher salary than programmers? What is it that makes their job a high paying job when even at most time programmers are the ones that goes home late?

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  • Why was Scala not implemented with C or C++

    - by jpartogi
    Does anybody know why was Scala implemented in Java and .NET instead of C or C++? Most languages are implemented with Cor C++ [i.e Erlang, Python, PHP, Ruby, Perl]. What are the advantages for Scala implemented in Java and .NET other than giving access to Java and .NET libraries? UPDATE Woudln't Scala gain more benefit if it is implemented in C because it can be tuned better rather than relying on JVM?

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  • Run script on incoming email message to postfix

    - by jpartogi
    All, I need to run a script everytime there is an incoming email message to a postfix email server. I have read the docs but I was wondering what would be the best approach to do this. Would anybody give me some hint or examples on how to do this. The postfix server is running under Ubuntu. Thanks heaps for your help

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  • What kind of website needs SSL?

    - by jpartogi
    Dear all, What kind of website that needs SSL? Is it limited to e-commerce website, or websites that needs credit card payment only? Is there another good reason for a non e-commerce website to use SSL? Thank you for sharing your experience.

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  • SSL certificates that works with nginx

    - by jpartogi
    All, After thinking about it, we are planning to buy an SSL certificate. Because an SSL certificate is quite costly, would you be able to share an SSL certificate that works with nginx? I am planning to run Ruby on Rails application. Apache2 will be my last resort. Thank you for sharing. Really appreciate it.

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  • How do I hide the port Apache2 is using from the browser?

    - by jpartogi
    HI all, I am currently using nginx as front-end proxy for Apache. I have setup nginx to use port 80 and Apache to use 8080. But after nginx redirected the request to Apache, the port 8080 is visible from the browser. Is there any way this port can be hidden and not visible because it would be very ugly for users that wants to bookmark it. THanks in advance for your help.

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  • Android: Can not send http post

    - by jpartogi
    Hi all, I've been banging my head trying to figure out how to send a post method in Android. This is how my code look like: public class HomeActivity extends Activity implements OnClickListener { private TextView textView; @Override public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) { super.onCreate(savedInstanceState); setContentView(R.layout.main); textView = (TextView) findViewById(R.id.text); Button button = (Button)findViewById(R.id.button); button.setOnClickListener(this); } @Override public void onClick(View view) { HttpPost httpMethod = new HttpPost("http://www.example.com/"); httpMethod.addHeader("Accept", "text/html"); httpMethod.addHeader("Content-Type", "application/xml"); AndroidHttpClient client = AndroidHttpClient.newInstance("Android"); String result = null; try { HttpResponse response = client.execute(httpMethod); textView.setText(response.toString()); HttpEntity entity = response.getEntity(); Log.i(HomeActivity.class.toString(), result); textView.setText("Invoked webservice"); } catch (IOException e) { e.printStackTrace(); Log.e(HomeActivity.class.toString(), e.getMessage()); textView.setText("Something wrong:" + e.getMessage()); } } } What am I doing wrong here? Is there anything that I may need to configure from the Android emulator to get this working? Thank you for your help.

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  • iPhone apps: Webapps or native?

    - by jpartogi
    Hi all, I am planning to create an iPhone apps version for our online webapps. I am still new to iPhone apps development so I don't know whether to choose iPhone native or a webapps that runs on iPhone browser. The requirement is actually pretty basic. The iPhone apps need to submit data and get data from the database that is also used by the webapps. User would have the same access to the webapps, only I want this specific to iPhone, as the user experience would be different using a webapps and iPhone apps. I am also interested to sell the application on Apple store. Based on your experience, what would be better for this kind of requirement, iPhone native or webapps? What are the drawbacks building a native iPhone apps and webapps that runs on iPhone browser? Also, am I only limited to Objective-C to build a native iPhone apps? Or is there any other framework for that? Please be gentle on me, I am not starting a flamewar.

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  • Develop Windows Phone 7 on Windows XP

    - by jpartogi
    Dear all, I downloaded the Windows Phone 7 SDK yesterday but when I installed it on my Windows XP it complaint that it needs to be installed on Windows 7. My question is, is it possible to install the Windows Phone 7 SDK or develop for Windows Phone 7 on WinXP? Is there any workaround that has been made to overcome this? Thank you for your help.

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  • Drag and drop: jQuery UI or Scriptaculous?

    - by jpartogi
    Dear all, I am in the middle of the road whether to use jQuery UI or Scriptaculous for drag and drop. I am using Ruby on Rails, and Scriptaculous support in Ruby on Rails is superb with the existence of scriptaculous_helper.rb. But I have already use jQuery for the ajax and DOM manipulation. I do not mind to use scriptaculous since we can use jQuery.noConflict() in the code. I also kind of get the impression that scriptaculous drag and drop is better than jQuery UI drag and drop based on the online demos. So back to the original question, which one would you recommend as a drag and drop library and which one do you think is better than the other? Scriptaculous or jQuery UI?

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  • What is the recommended way for calling remote JSON objects from native blackberry apps?

    - by jpartogi
    Dear all, IF I am to develop a native application on blackberry, what would be the recommended way to call remote JSON object? As I understand native blackberry apps is coded using Java, would it still be able to contact a remote JSON object from Ruby on Rails? Has there been any blackberry framework to ease this use case? Thank you very much for your help. I really appreciate it.

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  • Sending data remotely from iPhone native apps to Rails apps

    - by jpartogi
    Dear all, I have decided to develop a native iPhone apps as a compliment to our webapps. Now I am wondering what are my options to send data remotely from the iPhone apps - since the database is online - to our online database. What I can think of on top of my head - since I come from web dev background - is JSON. My webapps is built using Rails, so I figure it would not be difficult to accept JSON request from the iPhone apps. But the next question is, is it difficult to send JSON data remotely from the iPhone apps? If JSON is not recommendable, what are my other options? Thank you so much for the assistance. Really appreciate it.

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  • Java mobile: Android or Blackberry?

    - by jpartogi
    Hi all, Most of the questions on SO has been too generic, comparing iPhone, Android and Blackberry all at once. I want to ask your experience between developing on Android and Blackberry. From your experience as Java programmer: Which platform do you enjoy developing on the most? Which API do you find is well written and fun to code? Which development platform that is fun to work with? Which platform do you find most stable and less issues with? Android or Blackberry? Any other noteworthy checklists to share to Java programmers that want to choose whether to develop on Android or Blackberry? Thank you for sharing your experience with us here.

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  • Blackberry apps: Native or webapps?

    - by jpartogi
    Dear all, I have read the Blackberry documentation and it is possible to push a notification from a webapp. I am planning to create a Blackberry application that compliments to our webapps. But I am still left in the middle whether to develop a webapp or native Blackberry app. I have also look at how a webapp runs on Blackberry browser and it looks smooth. From your experience does the native app offer something that the webapp doesn't? Bonus question, is Facebook and Twitter app on Blackberry a native app or a webapp? If it is a webapp, is it possible to make a launcher for the application on Blackberry? Thanks for your help.

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  • Ruby on rails active-record generated SQL on Postgres

    - by jpartogi
    Dear all, Why does Ruby on rails generated more queries in the background on Postgres than MySQL? I haven't tried deploying Rails on production with Postgres yet, but I am just afraid this generated queries would affect the performance. Do you find Rails with Postgres is slower than MySQL, knowing that it produce more query on the background? Or it is relatively the same?

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  • Multitenant shared user account?

    - by jpartogi
    Dear all, Based on your experience, which is the route to go for a multi-tenant user login? One user login per account. Which means if there is one user that has access to multiple account, there will be redundancy of record in the database One user login for all account that she has privileges to. Which means one user record has access to multiple account if she has privileges to that account. From your experience, which one is better and why? I was thinking to choose the latter, but I don't know whether it will cause security issue or less flexibility. Thank you for sharing your experience.

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