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email: sam.saffron@gmail.com
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twitter: @samsaffron

Ex Stack Overflow Valued Associate #00008, creator of Stack Exchange Data Explorer

Other projects:

  • Community Tracker, a system inspired by Stack Overflow to manage your bugs, feature requests and customer support.
  • Media Browser, an open source plugin for Windows Media Center. I makes browsing through your media awesome.

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comment Is Entity Framework Suitable For High-Traffic Websites?
@Slauma well, that is a statement from months ago, in general all new work on SO is done in Dapper, for example a new table I added today is not even in the dbml file.
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comment Supporting multitenancy
I think this fits a bit more naturally on programming ... moving it
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comment What is the best retort to “premature optimization is the root of all evil”
@Django, it pops up so much that I would love to have a one-liner I can throw back at people who mindlessly quote this.
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comment What is the best retort to “premature optimization is the root of all evil”
I like this one too
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comment What is the best retort to “premature optimization is the root of all evil”
Im accepting "mindless mantras are anethema to productive thought"
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