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Software Development Engineer in Test (SDET)

Interests:

  • AI
  • Computational Behaviour
  • C#, F#

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Nov
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comment How to code on a very tight schedule?
@omouse: No. It's not. Unless management/clients want to find out on the delivery date that they're not going to get the product they're expecting, then every day before that delivery date is a good time to raise concerns about the shitty estimates.
Oct
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Sep
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Aug
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Jul
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comment Fixing bugs in other peoples code
Why was he mad? Everyone, always, should sync to latest and resolve conflicts before pushing.
Jul
29
comment Should the commit history be used to convey critical information to developers?
Do you require new hires to go through the entire commit history?
Jul
22
comment Why is polling accepted in web programming?
Take a look at functional reactive programming. Generally speaking, it addresses most of your questions.
Jul
22
comment Daily builds with SVN for a small team
@xmojmr: if I recall, CruiseControl was one of the original CI packages that helped get CI as a mainstream practice... but the project is abandoned (latest release is 4 years ago). It's OSS though, so that's better than completely dead... but still not one I'd recommend.
Jul
22
answered Daily builds with SVN for a small team
Jul
22
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Jul
3
comment How does the “Fourth Dimension” work with arrays?
In general, you can get over this conceptual hump by trying to avoid thinking of dimensions as strictly physical constructs. For example, some machine learning problems can have a dimensionality in the hundreds of thousands, where each dimension is a feature of the dataset.
Jul
2
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Jun
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comment Does one really need multiple instances of a class?
@delnan: factories, brokers, schedulers, configuration, etc. are some examples I can think of that are relatively common and justified.