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Jul
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comment Why is trailing whitespace a big deal?
Point 1 is precisely why I prefer having a particular style of trailing whitespace: blank lines being indented with the code they separate. This allows new code to be inserted immediately without having to indent in.
Dec
15
answered License for available for free, but closed source web app
Jul
9
comment What kind of an IT or programming job can a college student get part time?
Not until my last job, and that was only once a week. If I had school I would've been excused. In general, my schedule was "come in whenever you can, but school is more important" plus full-time during the summer.
Jul
8
answered What kind of an IT or programming job can a college student get part time?
Feb
20
comment How do I contribute to open source projects?
Documentation is often in wikis or static webpages. Version control is often git, hg, fossil, darcs, or cvs.
Feb
20
comment Do you contribute to open-source software?
Specifically, it's about working on code outside of your employment. Great basketball players don't restrict their playing to team practices and games.
Jan
25
comment What's Your Method of not forgetting the end brackets, parentheses
Mine, Komodo Edit, does as well. That plus bracket-matching makes it a non-issue.
Jan
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awarded  Commentator
Jan
5
comment Best development architecture for a small team of programmers ( WAMP Stack )
The two most popular solutions I've seen are Chef ( opscode.com/chef ) and Puppet ( puppetlabs.com ), but neither supports Windows currently (although Puppet will in the future).
Jan
4
comment Best development architecture for a small team of programmers ( WAMP Stack )
Hmm, well, at least parts of my answer may still be applicable. You can't use Vagrant with Windows hosts, but you could still configure a vm to distribute, although having one shared development server might be a better idea, as long as you're careful. I'm unfortunately unfamiliar with administrating Windows machines, so I have no idea how you would go about writing scripts to remotely administrate them.
Jan
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awarded  Teacher
Jan
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answered History of open source software
Jan
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answered Maintainability of Boolean logic - Is nesting if statements needed?
Jan
4
comment What should be in a coding standard?
+1 for guidelines, not rules.
Jan
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awarded  Editor
Jan
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revised Writing programs without graphical IDE
grammar fix
Jan
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comment Writing programs without graphical IDE
For the record, most of the features you mention are available in any modern programmer's text editor, not just IDEs.
Jan
4
comment Scientific evidence that supports using long variable names instead of abbreviations?
In an algorithms class I took, a relatively large percentage of the lecture was dedicated to renaming variables in our book. When a became unsortedElements, it's amazing how much easier it was to grasp what the hell was going on. Damn mathematicians.