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bio website stroiman.com/software
location Gladsaxe, Denmark
age 39
visits member for 3 years, 6 months
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I have worked professionally with software development since 1997. Since year 2000 I have worked as an independent contractor, helping various business in developing their internal and external IT systems. Since 2002 I have worked almost exclusively with the .NET framework.

Of notable work can be mentioned IT-Jobbank, Denmark's largest online job board for IT professionals, where I was the lead developer and architect.


Feb
5
revised What are the warning signs of impending doom to watch out for on a project?
edited body
Feb
5
answered How would you design an application with many target platforms and devices?
Feb
5
answered What are the warning signs of impending doom to watch out for on a project?
Feb
5
answered Requirement Traceability matrix
Feb
4
answered Languages on a resume: Is it better to put “C/C++” or “C, C++”?
Feb
4
answered MVC Pattern, ViewModels, Location of conversion
Feb
4
answered Design Patterns in Delphi
Feb
4
answered Is it bad to have an “Obsessive Refactoring Disorder”?
Feb
4
awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
4
answered Dealing with engineers that frequently leave their jobs
Feb
3
comment Should you sacrifice code readability with how efficient code is?
I would always favor readability until performance becomes a problem. Then I would start worrying about it.
Feb
3
answered Colleague unwilling to use unit tests “as it's more to code”
Feb
3
answered Why is Reflector such an essential utility?
Feb
1
answered What should I know about C++?
Feb
1
comment Why are most browsers developed in C++
@JohnFx - Correct, the GUI part is probably not that portable. But the core of e.g. a browser application is about handling HTML, creating DOM trees, parsing javascript and executing it fast enough. A well designed application can easily share the same core and have different UI code for each platform. And yes, C++ is much more portable than Java (but without GUI), because for C++ you only need a compiler targeting the CPU. For Java you need the full framework.
Jan
31
answered Why are most browsers developed in C++
Jan
31
revised How to be a zero-bug programmer?
Fixed typo
Jan
31
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
30
answered Can you be Agile without doing TDD (test driven development)?
Jan
30
answered Does one's native spoken language affect quality of code?