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answered COM - with great power comes great responsibility, but at what cost? (looking for advice on coding practices when working with COM)
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answered What pitfalls are inherent in using partial classes?
Jan
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revised Is having source code for a Go project outside GOPATH a bad idea
Fixed typo
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asked Is having source code for a Go project outside GOPATH a bad idea
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revised Writing a gem supporting compiled languages with Rake. How to test?
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revised Writing a gem supporting compiled languages with Rake. How to test?
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asked Writing a gem supporting compiled languages with Rake. How to test?
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comment Are header files actually good?
Header files are not good - they are necessary! - See also this answer on SO: stackoverflow.com/a/1319570/158483
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answered What's so difficult about SVN merges?
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answered Is throwing an exception from a property bad form?
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revised Should I use events or abstract methods?
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answered How do I review my own code?
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answered Why is python treated as a interpreted language when it has a compiling stage?
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comment Is seeing loads of merge messages in a git branch standard, or are we working incorrectly?
But when you do get comfortable with fixing rebase conflicts, it can be a lot easier than a merge, as you have to fix one commit at a time (which hopefully has a helpful commit message) instead of fixing all merge conflicts in one go.