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bio website stroiman.com/software
location Gladsaxe, Denmark
age 39
visits member for 3 years, 7 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
awarded  Necromancer
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
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answered What should I know about C++?
Feb
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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)?