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Mar
28
revised How to distribute, one virtual token to each person in this world, and make sure nobody gets more than one?
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Mar
28
revised How to distribute, one virtual token to each person in this world, and make sure nobody gets more than one?
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Mar
28
answered How to distribute, one virtual token to each person in this world, and make sure nobody gets more than one?
Mar
27
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Mar
9
comment Would this interpreter be considered a Virtual Machine?
@NPElover: Exactly!
Mar
9
comment Would this interpreter be considered a Virtual Machine?
@NPElover: No, I'm saying that you need an implementation-independant specification of how this machine works. Then you can claim that your JVM-based interpreter is just the prototype implementations of the spec.
Mar
9
comment Would this interpreter be considered a Virtual Machine?
@NPElover: in that case, I'd say that they interpreter by itself would not be considered a VM - it's an interpreter running on the JVM. You might have a case for calling it a VM if you ad all the stuff I mentioned exactly specified independent of the implementation and the JVM, so that it would be possible to implement your interpreter using, for example, C++ and still have programs work exactly the same.
Mar
8
answered Would this interpreter be considered a Virtual Machine?
Feb
27
answered How do memory-clean apps work?
Feb
25
answered can a software be an ERP and CMS simultaneously
Feb
20
awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
14
comment Is it a bad practice to include all the enums in one file and use it in multiple classes?
@kevincline: I wouldn't say "almost all" - just those that are based on convention-over-configuration, and typically, those also have a module concept that allows grouping code functionally.
Feb
13
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Feb
3
comment In Scrum, who verifies “Done”?
@Derek: I think you're having a misunderstanding based on unclear terminology. There is both a "Scrum Team" and a "Development Team", with the latter being a part of the former, as well as the Product Owner and Scrum Master.
Feb
2
awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
2
answered In Scrum, who verifies “Done”?
Jan
30
comment How to convey your approach is faster than the built-in, alternative approaches?
"orders of magnitude faster" implies per definition a speedup of at least 100x.
Jan
29
answered What is ServletUtilities?
Jan
24
answered Is printing to console/stdout a good debugging strategy?
Jan
21
comment What happens during “loading” screens?
@Creative Magic: if your system is based on garbage collection, it will happen all the time during gameplay. Modern garbage collectors can spread the load out quite well. But most games are still written mainly in C++ and do manual memory management, so there is no garbage collection at all.