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location Chalmette, LA
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Born and raised in Southeast Louisiana, graduated with CS degree from the University of New Orleans and currently working towards Masters degree in Computer Science also. I have always been interested in computers, and becoming a programmer seemed a natural progression for me. It fits my personality and gives me a new puzzle to solve everyday.


Feb
15
awarded  Informed
Jun
11
answered c#/java or c++ (Personal question)
Nov
4
awarded  Self-Learner
Nov
2
comment Deprecated vs. Denigrated in JavaDoc?
@Eric King I kinda felt the same way. I was thinking more along the lines that if it is discouraged just deprecate it.
Nov
2
comment Deprecated vs. Denigrated in JavaDoc?
See I had used Google to find that first one, but it didn't give me the others. I probably should have looked harder. Thanks
Nov
2
accepted Deprecated vs. Denigrated in JavaDoc?
Nov
2
answered Deprecated vs. Denigrated in JavaDoc?
Nov
2
asked Deprecated vs. Denigrated in JavaDoc?
Nov
1
comment Microsoft Dev Centre accounts
@Phil isn't that what Apple does also?
Oct
31
comment Should static parameters in an API be part of each method?
Ok, I see what you are saying. The only issue I see with this, is that I would end up with a huge class. I would prefer to break it up into logical groups, but they need to all share this same information.
Oct
31
awarded  Student
Oct
31
awarded  Scholar
Oct
31
accepted Should static parameters in an API be part of each method?
Oct
31
comment Should static parameters in an API be part of each method?
I am not sure I follow. Are you essentially saying create a class they initialize with the needed params, and they pass that to each api method I create. Kind of like passing in a JDBC connection to method?
Oct
31
asked Should static parameters in an API be part of each method?
Sep
11
awarded  Yearling
Aug
17
awarded  Commentator
Aug
17
comment In what language should I name my business classes?
Almost edited "college" to what I assume is supposed to be "colleague" but I was not sure if it was intentional.
Aug
10
answered Should a github maintainer rewrite author's in pull requests?
Aug
1
comment How can I get an anonymous user to submit bugs on a private GitHub project?
Not an answer as it is just links, but the Github API is what you are looking for. Specifically Creating Issues. If you do do this, it would be nice if you came back and added an example with code on how to use it.