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Apr
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Apr
7
comment Algorithm for inserting into sorted subset
I would recommend giving us some context for the exact problem your trying to solve as opposed to only the abstracted form. This is most definitely one of those problems that have numerous ways it could be approached so having more specific details will likely yield better answers.
Apr
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Feb
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Jan
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awarded  Popular Question
Sep
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comment Where is the best place to get off my feet in Python programming?
OP: "Should I stick with Java or C++ before?"
Aug
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Mar
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Feb
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awarded  Nice Answer
Feb
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Jan
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Dec
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comment Should I write HTML or CSS first?
@The more layout you do with css the easier the design will be to maintain down the road. Most sites undergo design changes through their life times. This is much easier to accomplish if all you have to do is change the css.
Dec
7
answered How can I give my client “full access” to their PHP application's MySQL database?
Dec
2
answered How does Google plus page loading work
Sep
18
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Sep
16
comment skills that can't be outsourced- web development related
Keep in mind that more often than not you get what you pay for.
Sep
16
comment Why would one bother marking up properly and semantically?
Great answer. I would also add that maintaining code where "unnecessary" effort is put into it in the beginning to make it follow best practices such as this makes the code easier to maintain down the road (even if its the original designer/programmer who's maintaining it).
Sep
16
comment Why would one bother marking up properly and semantically?
You clearly need to do some research.
Sep
3
comment Specific reasons for still using Subversion?
It seems clear to me based on things that have been said in this thread that many of the people posting have likely only used one of the version control systems you mentioned. This has led to people saying a lot of things that really aren't quite true. The biggest advantage to git is that branching and merging is insanely easy in git but is rather involved in svn. There are other finer points that could be debated but depending on your project needs would be irrelevant. (PS I started out with svn and later reluctantly started using git and now prefer git)
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