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Professional .NET developer.
University of Texas at Dallas Computer Science graduate. Microsoft Certified Professional.
Experienced in: hardware, networking and software engineering.


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awarded  Nice Question
Jul
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answered Are unit tests really that useful?
Jul
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answered How do I go from “here's the zip” to a good release strategy?
Jul
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Jul
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awarded  Good Question
Jul
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awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
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revised How to determine if class meets single responsibility principle?
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revised How to determine if class meets single responsibility principle?
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Jun
28
answered How to determine if class meets single responsibility principle?
Jun
28
accepted What is the standard for naming variables and why?
Jun
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comment What is the standard for naming variables and why?
Yes and no. To me, Hungarian Notation implies appending type information to variable names, which is not what I am suggesting at all. I simply mean to say variable names should be descriptive. Regarding underscores, the underscores make sense for private variables. Still, I prefer using casing over appending underscores. This avoids breaking intellisense-like features which sort alphabetically.
Jun
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asked What is the standard for naming variables and why?
Jun
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awarded  Notable Question
Jun
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awarded  Self-Learner
Jun
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revised Why do some programmers think there is a contrast between theory and practice?
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revised Why do some programmers think there is a contrast between theory and practice?
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Jun
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answered Why do some programmers think there is a contrast between theory and practice?
May
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awarded  Favorite Question
May
15
comment Is this awkward spacing some type of style?
This person is long gone b4 my time. Now, we go by microsoft framework design guidelines.
May
15
accepted Is this awkward spacing some type of style?