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  1. I've got a similar Acer Aspire that runs Debian...

    I've got a similar Acer Aspire that runs Debian fine.
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    Learn something new everyday. In this case, two....

    Learn something new everyday. In this case, two. :) Thanks for the new tools guys.
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    You need to pick a different Scrabble game. It's...

    You need to pick a different Scrabble game. It's not Android that requires it. The developer controls which permissions are required. Look at just about every flashlight app and you'll be amazed at...
  4. Like rr said, without knowing what in the world...

    Like rr said, without knowing what in the world you're trying to accomplish there's not much we can do to help. Are you shooting for a web tier that communicates to an app tier which pulls info from...
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    Just splitting hairs. Textpad is just calling the...

    Just splitting hairs. Textpad is just calling the external Java compiler.

    If you're really wanting a superb Java development solution I'd really be remiss to not point you in the direction of the...
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    I presume you realize the editor has nothing to...

    I presume you realize the editor has nothing to do with compiling or running your Java code. ;)

    Atom is nice. I'd forgotten about JEdit but I used it years ago. Many ways to skin the cat, though.
  7. https://www.owasp.org/index.php/SQL_Injection_Prev...

    https://www.owasp.org/index.php/SQL_Injection_Prevention_Cheat_Sheet
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    Take this with a grain of salt as I'm a Java...

    Take this with a grain of salt as I'm a Java developer and I've never used this product. That said, I'd personally look at CLion from IntelliJ. I'm a huge fan of their IDEA Jave IDE and have used it...
  9. You've sort of combined two things: paramaterized...

    You've sort of combined two things: paramaterized queries and stored procedures. Both are still the easiest ways to mitigate SQL injection. Escaping user input is another way.
  10. OWASP (http://www.owasp.org)

    OWASP
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    I agree with this sentiment. However, depending...

    I agree with this sentiment. However, depending on how you plan on coding you may need more horsepower. For example, due to other tools we use at work I'm stuck with RTC which is Rational's...
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    Digital Ocean is another option.

    Digital Ocean is another option.
  13. I would expect your load balancer to manage this...

    I would expect your load balancer to manage this by comparing headers etc against routing rules. We do this to direct certain traffic to dedicated servers. I'm a developer, though, so don't know the...
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    Aside from what's in my laptops I use the Wi-Pi...

    Aside from what's in my laptops I use the Wi-Pi for my Raspberry Pi. It was recognized right away and has never given me any trouble. I haven't tried it on any distros other than Raspbian but I'd...
  15. For server development I'd use CentOS. I think...

    For server development I'd use CentOS. I think it's safe to assume that RHEL/CentOS is predominant in the corporate world.
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    Are you an abominable snowman? :)

    Are you an abominable snowman? :)
  17. Here's a nice quote that sums it up.

    Here's a nice quote that sums it up.
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    Well, if you're connecting to a sound system...

    Well, if you're connecting to a sound system (especially in a club) then you'd most likely run a 1/8" stereo to 1/4" stereo and plug in to a 1/4" input on a mixer. The mixer output would then be fed...
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    Hmm, it's been a bit since I used Evo but I'll...

    Hmm, it's been a bit since I used Evo but I'll try to setup another VM this weekend.

    I've been curious to try Antergos also.
  20. Pretty much nailed it. I do a lot of...

    Pretty much nailed it.

    I do a lot of application and web server log parsing in my job. Right now I'm scouring database records to find where we had concurrent transactions. I'm dealing with huge...
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    This is the route I'd suggest.

    This is the route I'd suggest.
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    This isn't really any different from how you...

    This isn't really any different from how you should be doing it in a Windows world. It's actually more prudent under Windows.

    It's a good practice to run as a user with limited permissions to...
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    It's a great way to keep rogue code from wreaking...

    It's a great way to keep rogue code from wreaking havoc behind the scenes.
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    I don't necessarily say I'd agree with your...

    I don't necessarily say I'd agree with your assessment of VirtualBox. There's certainly value to be gained from its use. Let's say you install Ubuntu as the main OS as many do. Wouldn't it be...
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    I thought I'd also point out pluralsight. They...

    I thought I'd also point out pluralsight. They have a lot of good Linux material. LA is geared towards certification so you may find a broader range of information at PS.

    However, I love being...
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