Mark Bowytz

Mark is from Pittsburgh, PA and has 10 years of IT experience. During that time, he has worked for a few of the local large corporations and even the county government in various developer positions.

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April 2014

 
"Adding an account on Mint.com, it asks for the last 4 digits of my SSN and for the first 3 digits," John A. wrote, "Seriously? There are only 100 combinations left to guess the full SSN!"
"I was hoping to take a trip to Hong Kong, but NON-STATIC METHOD seems to be a good value," writes Ryan.
Don't forget, The Daily WTF loves terrible emails. If you have some to share, mail in your mail!
The Java-based application that Dan M. supports does something that is frequently accomplished by applications the world over - based on the value of a passed string containing a valid date, convert it to datetime. Simple stuff. Java even has built-ins to make this task even easier.
"Apparently Microsoft realizes that my chosen birthdate is fake," Chris D. writes, "I can have the 2nd of January, though."