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Schabse Laks

Developer, C# MVP (2010 - 2014)
MVP
Contact: SLaks@LaksFamily.com

Twitter: @Schabse

I've been programming since I was 12.
I started with VB6, then moved to C# 2 Beta 2 when I was 14. I never liked VB6, but I found my calling in C#, and I've stuck with it ever since.
Since then, I've also mastered web development with jQuery.
I also wrote a jQuery tutorial.

I'm now working at Google within the Google Docs team.

My best of SO:


May
19
awarded  Good Answer
Feb
14
awarded  Nice Question
Dec
22
awarded  Yearling
Jun
20
comment What is a license and how may I use code under a license?
Just read the license.
Jun
19
comment What is a license and how may I use code under a license?
The text of the license is exactly the answer to your question
Dec
22
awarded  Yearling
Jun
8
awarded  Constituent
Jun
8
awarded  Caucus
May
10
comment What is meant by “native support for a feature” in a programming language?
That's not native support in the language; that's native support in the library.
Feb
10
comment Why are shortcuts like x += y considered good practice?
See blogs.msdn.com/b/ericlippert/archive/2011/03/29/… (see also part two)
Dec
22
awarded  Yearling
Dec
18
answered How to go about “taking over” an open-source project?
Oct
31
answered How do you proactively guard against errors of omission?
Oct
31
comment How do you proactively guard against errors of omission?
Why are you calling .TrimEnd('0')? What happens when you get up to 10?
Oct
6
answered What is the difference between skill level amongst programmers?
Oct
6
comment What is the difference between skill level amongst programmers?
There is always room to improve.
Sep
13
answered What should I include in XML documentation comments?
Sep
13
comment What should I include in XML documentation comments?
100% coverage doesn't apply to private methods, especially event handlers.
Sep
12
comment Why would an employee not be allowed to share techniques?
Some fields in finance also have real trade secrets (eg, algorithmic trading)
Jul
7
comment Lost Interest in Programming
Find another interest?