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Nov
16
comment Django Migrations: Binds data to code?
This question should be on StackOverflow, as it is a specific question about an individual library. Nevertheless, the answer is absolutely clearly given in the Django documentation: the migrations library constructs a representation of the models separate from your models code itself, and you always use that. Your assertion is plainly false.
Jan
8
answered Splitting single Class into multiple Classes
Jan
31
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Mar
10
awarded  Nice Answer
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Nov
15
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
2
answered Making sure database connection information is secured
Mar
2
comment Software engineer, already in late thirties, would I have trouble finding a new position?
Slightly scared that as a late-30s myself I'm apparenlty already "too old".
Jan
31
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Jan
10
answered Python: What is the point of using “import”?
Dec
28
comment Two HTML elements with same id attribute: How bad is it really?
The whole question of "how bad is it really" just reminds me of this: xkcd.com/292
Dec
13
comment How do quick & dirty programmers know they got it right?
Good quote, but it wasn't Gandalf. It was Pippin, arguing why he, Frodo and Sam shouldn't cut across country to the Buckleberry Ferry, right in the initial journey from Hobbiton.
Dec
13
answered Why is Python recommended as an entry level programming language?
Dec
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answered CSS and HTML inconsistent when declaring multiple classes
Nov
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awarded  Editor
Nov
21
revised What are safe keys to remap in vim?
escape `<leader>`
Nov
21
suggested approved edit on What are safe keys to remap in vim?
Nov
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answered How to spend less time on debugging?
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Oct
15
comment From TFS to Git
@Saeed, for a start, you're expecting that there's any such thing as checking files in and out in git. No usable VCS has had that for years.