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Thursday
Jul022009

Is wanting to be paid such a crime?

Kent Beck asked some interesting questions around the behaviour of the software community with respect to 'getting paid'.

I've been irked by the behaviour of the community on this subject for quite a while. Personally I blame paranoid ass-hats like this. Harsh but...

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    What absolutely is a criminal offense is characterized by criminal law of every nation. While numerous have a list of violations called the criminal code, in some normal law nations no such extensive statute exists.
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    The most well known perspective is that wrongdoing is a class made by law; at the end of the day, something is a wrongdoing if proclaimed all things considered by the significant and appropriate law.

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