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bio website atulgoyal.com
location Delhi, India
age 24
visits member for 3 years, 11 months
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Tech Enthusiast, fond of gaming, internet addict, passionate for programming, music lover and an aspiring Entrepreneur.

My favority tech blogs, (whose feeds are like morning coffee for my Google Reader) are: TechCrunch, LifeHacker, Digital Inspiration, Hacker News besides others.

@atulgoyal


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Sep
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comment As a teen, how can I find “friends” for programming
+1 for learning through Open Source!
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awarded  Popular Question
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Sep
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comment What do we mean by “design” in software engineering?
@Emmad Yes, I understand that, and that's why I said "one of the most important...". The reason why I think it's highly important is that design being an early stage is critical as flaws in design will make the later on phases of s/w development problematic.
Sep
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answered What do we mean by “design” in software engineering?
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awarded  Teacher
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accepted Could spending time on Programmers.SE or Stack Overflow be substitute of good programming books for a non-beginner?
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answered How much Stack Overflow reputation makes it worth putting in CV?
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awarded  Nice Question
Sep
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asked Could spending time on Programmers.SE or Stack Overflow be substitute of good programming books for a non-beginner?
Aug
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accepted Are there languages that make it easier to understand secure coding principles?
Aug
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comment Are there languages that make it easier to understand secure coding principles?
Thanks Mark! Even though this version appears to be more generalized and doesn't take into account the fact that the OP is familiar with HLLs but if it matches constructive question guidelines, then I'm happy to keep it like this. Thanks again. :)
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revised Are there languages that make it easier to understand secure coding principles?
improved the question