Monday, June 16, 2008

Your Bug. Your Problem?

If you were contacted by a previous employer and asked to fix a bug in code that you had written, what would you do? That’s the question recently posed in this article.

Personally, I found the reader's comments to this article just as interesting as the article itself. Some commented that they would in fact help out, while others cited potential legal problems and possibilities of recurring requests for help as reasons not to.

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