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bio website hackersbasement.com
location Johnstown, Ohio
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visits member for 3 years, 3 months
seen Mar 28 at 14:48

Email: matt (at) whited.us

Personal Portfolio: Whited.US/Portfoltio
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Coding Blog: Hacker's Basement

I mainly work as a .Net developer these days but I enjoy pretty much any code. And I really like playing with bits down at the hardware level :)


Jun
7
awarded  Yearling
May
6
comment What javadoc equivalents do you use in .net?
I'm pretty sure the 2+ years and 16 upvotes disagrees with you. I do welcome you to update my response if you like but the linked post is very detailed and explains the usage and advantages.
Oct
24
comment Is it ever worthwhile using goto?
@Thomas, a goto is an assembly jump. Same thing.
Dec
28
awarded  Yearling
Dec
28
comment Telerik ASP.NET MVC components licensing
If you want to use the GPL but don't want to GPL your software you should contact your lawyer. (At which point the Telerik license will probably cost less.)
Dec
28
comment Telerik ASP.NET MVC components licensing
Any software that uses anything that is GPL be compatible with GPL. If you only want part of your app to be GPL then make that part run as a second application and release that subset as GPL. If this is an internal application to a company then this doesn't really matter because you only need to release the source internally.
Dec
28
answered Telerik ASP.NET MVC components licensing
Sep
4
comment Why does a computer science degree matter to a professional programmer?
@Jared, if you think it takes a college degree to learn something you are mistaken.
May
13
comment How to get a job with no experience?
@Sean, how is unpaid work any different then donated open source?
May
5
comment What to do if the interviewer does not give you enough time to answer?
@Christopher, he is free to do anything he wants. Only requirement is he must be willing to accept any potential litigation that results from his actions.
May
5
comment What to do if the interviewer does not give you enough time to answer?
He could have also just been screwing with you to see how you would react.
May
3
comment .NET Developers: Would you turn down a job
@Otaku, have you not used C# 4? You now have optional parameters. Also var/Dim in C# and VB.Net are strong typed. None of the variant weirdness from older languages.
May
3
comment How viable is “Windows Workflow Foundation”? What alternatives should I consider?
You must not like .Net very much... too many existing frameworks for some people..
Apr
25
comment Why does a computer science degree matter to a professional programmer?
how often does Anders use his ;)
Apr
18
comment Pros and Cons of RESTful architecture
@David, RESTful-WCF msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd203052.aspx
Apr
3
comment Do job postings exaggerate their requirements?
Never say always
Mar
30
comment Do you care if the person you're interviewing owns or contributes to Open Source projects?
It depends on what the provided. Some people say they contribute when all they did was correct spelling on a label. I typically lean towards apathetic.
Mar
30
answered Do you care if the person you're interviewing owns or contributes to Open Source projects?
Mar
30
comment Why does every installer on Windows have to be run with elevated privileges?
@grey and @sk-logic... could also be becasue it works.
Mar
30
comment Can someone find a job as a programmer without an education?
I'll be sure to inform my friends that are devs and only have their GEDs