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bio website whathecatdragged.in
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seen Nov 11 '11 at 10:33

I know bits of VB(A), C#, ASP, PHP, SQL, Javascript, (X)HTML, CSS, Perl, lua, arduino/processing. But none very well.

I suffer from imposter syndrome

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if you like pics of dead things, I maintain http://whatthecatdragged.in


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answered 12 year old son interested in Android programming
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comment Struggling not to use Hungarian notation
OK see where you're coming from there. +1 for the comparison of suffix/ class. Oh, and I am the OP!
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comment Struggling not to use Hungarian notation
I fail to see the advantage of UserEmailText to txtEmail - you're just suffixing the type rather than prefixing it. I like "This is what OOP is designed for", though.
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comment Struggling not to use Hungarian notation
@delnan - can you elaborate please? Why does function size make naming uniquely easier?
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comment Struggling not to use Hungarian notation
I'm using ASP.NET (with C# behind)
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comment Do you prefix variable names with an abbreviation of the variable types? (Hungarian Notation)
Wow, awesome explanation of the misuse of the term and how in the wrong form it's completely redundant. Thanks.
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comment Where do I publish a program?
+1 A Pandora specific forum would be the obvious place to start. Does pandora have user founded Groups like last.fm?
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comment Where do I publish a program?
+1 for not assuming the software is open source, although I'm not sure a blog is the best solution here.
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answered Does programming in front of a projector screen work?
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comment Is LINQ to SQL dead?
+1 great Q. This is fascinating to me, I've been condsidering moving my stored procedures and paramterised SQL query strings to LINQ to SQL for improved readability, I had no idea it wasn't being developed anymore.