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I like anything technical challenging and learning new interesting things.

Currently on a placement year working as a smart card engineer.

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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Curious
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accepted Choosing a open source licence for embedded system library
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accepted Software design for non object oriented paradigm
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comment J2EE - Session swap
The op didn't mention anything about struts, i'd refactor your answer to not be so generic on the Struts framework.
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awarded  Informed
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accepted Writing a unit test for a platform dependent unit
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awarded  Editor
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comment Writing a unit test for a platform dependent unit
@MichaelT See my edit, i've added an example of my method.
Dec
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revised Writing a unit test for a platform dependent unit
Added method.
Dec
26
comment Writing a unit test for a platform dependent unit
No the functionality doesn't change, just the result as the method returns a string of where the new download location depending of the OS.
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asked Writing a unit test for a platform dependent unit
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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Caucus
Feb
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asked Choosing a open source licence for embedded system library
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asked Software design for non object oriented paradigm
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awarded  Critic
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accepted designing large scale applications in a low level language
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comment designing large scale applications in a low level language
Yes, just generally developing a large C project, I'm not interested in porting exactly my java assignment. I'd just like experience with working on large applications so I can understand how they are designed and implemented.
May
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comment designing large scale applications in a low level language
@StevenBurnap For fun and as a challenge. I was challenged at the pub to write our Java Assignment in C. So I thought why not as a learning exercise. And then I began to start thinking about the design of large applications in C.