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bio website walkingsmarts.com
location Gibraltar
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My name is Eimantas. I am Cocoa developer from Lithuania. Currently I am jobless although I will consider any remote contracting opportunity.

Contact me at eimantas@walkingsmarts.com

Sometimes I tweet.


May
4
comment Can two developers form an agile team?
Thanks @YannisRizos. I tried searching to no avail. Guess I'll have to try harder next time .)
Sep
28
comment License placement curiosities
Thanks for the update! So is it save just to have LICENSE file in project to cover all the files?
Sep
28
comment License placement curiosities
It's not only about GPL. BSD has 3 licenses which seem pretty short.
Aug
30
comment What comes first, the ruby chicken or the homebrew egg?
/usr/bin/ruby is the system one (which is linked from /System/Library/Frameworks/Ruby.framework/...)
Aug
30
comment What comes first, the ruby chicken or the homebrew egg?
How are you sure you don't have ruby on your system?
Jul
29
comment What's a schrödinbug?
I think you'd better understand shrodinbug if you knew about Shrodinger's cat: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shrodingers_cat
Feb
11
comment What should a Python developer know while learning Ruby?
"Matz, the creator of Python, came from a Lisp background." wait... AFAIK Matz is Ruby creator...
Jan
13
comment Consistency of an object
@Matthieu - true, but once the connection object is setup, the channel might not be accessible, hence there might be extra code between the initialization and actual connection.
Jan
12
comment Is it bad code smell if private method calls public one?
@Carson - did you find anything?
Jan
12
comment Is it bad code smell if private method calls public one?
No, not currently. Just remembered a case which i discussed with my colleagues. Wanted to get some opinions here as well.
Oct
6
comment Most regrettable design or programming decision you made?
I'm pretty confident I normalized enough to write this answer .)
Sep
28
comment Most regrettable design or programming decision you made?
Probably, but creating data structures is only the process in the beginning and using/maintaining those data structures takes most (read: almost all) of the time, hence usually denormalization comes only by demand.
Sep
24
comment Most regrettable design or programming decision you made?
My approach to normalization is always straight-forward. I always normalize, BUT if i see a potential performance boost on little flattening - i always test and benchmark and in most cases it pays of to flatten.