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But there is sometimes and issue between that and terms of a contract. Espeically when working for $gov_agency. They tend to get a little peeved when code you write for them is 'copied' anywhere else. Even if it's in Java, Perl, or any other 'open source' style language. And even if it's only some core code. That has always been a bit of an issue for me. So I try to keep something aside somewhere I can reference while I'm still working. Some kind of "Book O' Coding Goodness" that I can pull off a shelf while I'm employed there.

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in thread Stupid Emotional Programmer Attachment, anyone? by talexb

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