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Feb
26
comment Difference between an architecture and a framework
I see the 'closing as opinion based' mob likes to take direction from Wikipedia. I quote, "To date there is still no agreement on the precise definition of software architecture." The link that cites the source of that quote comes from a Carnegie Mellon's - Software Engineering Institute which looks suspiciously like a subsidiary certification mill. Despite their inability to nail down a concrete definition, they still offer a number of certificates pertaining to Software Architecture (sei.cmu.edu/training/certificates/architecture).
Feb
25
comment Using Git in Enterprise environment
@StuartP.Bentley Oops, it had been a while since I had last downloaded a new version of the Git GUI for Windows. I didn't realize that the two were one and the same.
Feb
24
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Feb
22
comment How can I determine the level of talent a prospective programmer has?
This question assumes that people intuitively understand that = in programming is used for assignment and not boolean equals the way it's traditionally used in Arithmetic. As far as I'm concerned, all this test measures is confirmation bias that programmers understand the most basic of programming.
Feb
22
comment How can I determine the level of talent a prospective programmer has?
It's very hard to believe that the majority of people don't understand variable declaration. Considering how many people pass basic algebra, if the failure rates are that high I'd look to the test itself as the culprit.
Feb
22
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Feb
22
comment Using Git in Enterprise environment
Msysgit is no longer necessary. The Git dev team finally released a native version for Windows.
Feb
22
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Feb
22
answered How can I determine the level of talent a prospective programmer has?
Feb
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Feb
22
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Feb
21
answered Django REST + Backbone/Ember/Angular Implementation Method
Feb
21
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Feb
19
comment “Everything is a Map”, am I doing this right?
@MasonWheeler Correct me if I'm wrong but map/dict lookups happen in O(N) time. Where is this mysterious performance hit that you speak of?
Feb
19
comment What is a real-world use case of using a Chomsky Type-I (context-sensitive) grammar
Interesting. I knew about XML. I suspect the drive behind the XHTML 1.0 spec was to lead away from 'quirks mode' HTML interpreters which support context-sensitive exceptions to a cleaner context-free XML.
Feb
19
accepted What is a real-world use case of using a Chomsky Type-I (context-sensitive) grammar
Feb
19
comment Why such popularity with Python?
@DanielLittle So does Python (pylinq), JavaScript (linq.js). LINQ is just syntactic sugar for running lazy-loaded queries on data collections.
Feb
19
comment On developing deep programming knowledge
You'd be surprised at how simple jQuery seems once you understand how to apply monads in JavaScript.
Feb
19
comment Why are data structures so important in interviews?
@ClosureCowboy Check out Coursera's 'Algorithms I' course offered by Princeton. I'm a self-taught programmer too and it's doing a lot to help fill in my gaps in CS theory knowledge.
Feb
19
comment Does open source licensing my code limit me later?
MIT, aka the 'do whatever the hell you want' license.