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Aug
29
answered Should we use python 2.6 or 2.7 or 3.x?
Aug
29
answered Automatic programming: write code that writes code
Aug
29
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Aug
26
comment why are all the functional programming tutorials so mathy?
F# is easiest thing to start if you know C#. Doesn't request big mathematics knowledge.
Aug
16
comment Is Functional Programming possible in Java?
So, it's maybe my vision but I think that ruby is just great for functional programming instead of Java and got good jvm support and popular. There are Clojure and lambdas for Java (I know) but syntax is different. Different means someone (like me) may like ruby syntax much more.
Aug
16
comment Is Functional Programming possible in Java?
Check JRuby ...
Aug
3
comment Why companies don't buy developers entertaining instruments?
That is primary point. in my opinion.
Aug
3
comment When you create an open source project, how to know who's participating and if his version is good?
Linus makes about 1000 merges in a day ) there is no such troubles, just make a code review and sure test it.
Jul
29
comment Why did Git get so much hype? …while others don't?
I like GitHub... that's all
Jul
29
comment How should I charge for programming things which take two minutes to fix?
Maybe you are right. But it's how people are making their income. So I will be really glad to change the world but it's not so easy sometimes. And about experience, had you even been exploited after some free work like this ? It's not possible to work only with good people. By the way I upvoted your post :) maybe because I like the idyll.
Jul
28
comment How should I charge for programming things which take two minutes to fix?
There are different kinds of "client/boss". Most of them just want to exploit you as much as they can and sometimes you need to be such damn mercantile person to avoid such exploitation.
Jul
28
comment Why do people use programming books?
books is not primary here but great advantage if you read books they are just another books you are interesting in.
Jul
27
answered Well designed / high-quality open source software
Jul
26
answered Why is C++ often the first language taught in college?
Jun
15
comment Looking for good functional / oop / meta programming language with :
I really dislike Scala syntax after all... It's personal )
Jun
15
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May
26
comment Microsoft's current best practices for building a .NET data tier? And reality?
I think everyone is using linq2sql
May
17
comment Looking for good functional / oop / meta programming language with :
@Gary Rowe there is haskell / ocaml / erlang / python. why lisp ? )
May
17
comment Looking for good functional / oop / meta programming language with :
@Rein Henrichs but I want to chose one even if there is no perfect one with those requirements. The only thing is I'm still thinking if my chosen (Haskell) is exactly what I wanted to get, because there is other languages I completely have no idea about.
May
17
comment Looking for good functional / oop / meta programming language with :
So... But why lisp and not other ?