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Professional game developer, a honest-to-god Code Warrior fighting the freaking Nintendo Wii


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accepted Git workflow - advise a newbie
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comment When is an object oriented program truly object oriented?
ah, well, IO is a hairy subject for functional, that's true. But still, if 90% of your code is pure functional.. I don't agree that the LoD is a "requirement" for pure OOP. The paradigm, AFAIK, just requests that class polymorphism be the sole flow control mechanism. AND the LoD doesn't say anything about method returns..
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comment When is an object oriented program truly object oriented?
@deadalnix well, you tell that to the tens of thousands of haskell and smalltalk software being used in real world applications
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comment Could someone break this nasty habit of mine please?
ah, I'm sorry to tell you, my friend, that you are what has become known as a nerd. Good luck with that one ;). I recommend videogames, or the academia, then. I find them to be the most inclusive of programming areas.
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answered Could someone break this nasty habit of mine please?
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comment Multitasking how to keep track of what you're doing
wait.. yes.. you just hit me in the middle of my soul.. you're saying I don't need to go pdb;pdb.set_trace() all over the place anymore? can you link me to some kind of detail on this concept?
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comment Multitasking how to keep track of what you're doing
it's not a "figuring out why doesn't it work as expected" debugging, but rather a "figuring out how is this library supposed to work" debugging, but thanks =)
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asked Multitasking how to keep track of what you're doing
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comment Git workflow - advise a newbie
+1, not even your answer's great, but your deductions of my workflow are almost flawless. The only wrong is that I'm not actually finding difficult anything, it's not such a complex project yet, and there's few to no conflict's so far, and since I do those merging master into the branches, everything keeps quite up to date. My problem is that then the topical history gets dirty with the commits from other branches. I could even actually bring diff branch..master and apply that.
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comment Git workflow - advise a newbie
sorry, man, newbie as I might be, I have to downvote this answer
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comment What is the best way to become a professional in PHP and Website Building?
that part was kinda jokingly-but-I-mean-it.. tongue-in-cheek if you will. But anyways, diving into it IS the only way to learn stuff
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answered What is the best way to become a professional in PHP and Website Building?
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comment How do you dive into large code bases?
in addition: I usually start by a feature. Say I want to know how does this send emails? so I look for "sendEmail", breakpoint there, and then do as described. Then you find out some magical component that does something, and go into that, and see how THAT works