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Loves his computer, all his friends live in it. Eats stress for breakfast. Hates common sense. Intellectual terrorist. Fixes what is not broken.


Feb
11
comment Moving from a CVCS to a DVCS in a big company, what is the right way to do it?
Of the 20+ devs I've worked with, I haven't seen a single one use an IDE, most use Notepad++ or CodeWright
Feb
11
revised Moving from a CVCS to a DVCS in a big company, what is the right way to do it?
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Feb
11
asked Moving from a CVCS to a DVCS in a big company, what is the right way to do it?
Feb
11
revised Do most programmers copy and paste code?
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Feb
9
awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
3
revised I'm a Subversion geek, why should I consider or not consider Mercurial or Git or any other DVCS?
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Jan
10
awarded  Announcer
Jan
4
comment Is SugarCRM really adequate for custom development (or adequate at all)?
I've implemented parametric attributes for custom on-the-fly entities and its corresponding form generators from scratch, and I can tell you its not that hard. My problem with SugarCRM was that something that is supposed to work is expected to work and not break midway... SugarCRM is poorly tested, because it tends to break a lot in unexpected situations, and that is my only problem with it. Didn't get into the framework, rather decided to use a better supported framework with a bigger developer community instead: Symfony.
Dec
31
comment KPI's for Programmers
@AnnaLear You can always make smaller pomodoros if your position requires frequent collaboration.
Dec
18
awarded  Yearling
Dec
15
awarded  Nice Answer
Dec
1
answered Where is the M in MVC?
Jul
18
awarded  Good Answer
Jul
7
revised Is SugarCRM really adequate for custom development (or adequate at all)?
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Jul
7
comment Is SugarCRM really adequate for custom development (or adequate at all)?
Yep, pretty much what happened on our end. We sent SugarCRM to hell and made our own stuff. Symfony made the experience rewarding and we are also orders of magnitude happier. Not being visceral, I'm going to say it with the only words I can come up with: SugarCRM can go to hell.
Jul
7
accepted Is SugarCRM really adequate for custom development (or adequate at all)?
Jun
22
accepted PHP and Ruby: how to leverage both? and, is it worth it?
Jun
21
comment PHP and Ruby: how to leverage both? and, is it worth it?
I didn't mean a single project in both languages, but having some projects in PHP and some in Ruby.
Jun
18
accepted Readability vs minimalism/compactness/conciseness in language design: are they antagonistic?
Jun
18
asked PHP and Ruby: how to leverage both? and, is it worth it?