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Married, father of two, I develop software for more than 20 years

(Before Information Technology replaced Computer Science...)

I am actually working for iron and steel industry engineering: although .NET applications I build are not toys, my job is very entertaining.


Apr
20
comment Why don't software vendors use existing scheduling facilities for automatic upgrades?
Thanks for your inputs! And I share what Mathepic wrote : Why does Windows not provide package management that provides this is a much, much better question.
Apr
20
accepted Why don't software vendors use existing scheduling facilities for automatic upgrades?
Apr
20
asked Why don't software vendors use existing scheduling facilities for automatic upgrades?
Apr
15
awarded  Editor
Apr
15
revised How does optimization make code “greener”?
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Apr
12
awarded  Scholar
Apr
12
accepted How does optimization make code “greener”?
Apr
11
comment How does optimization make code “greener”?
Some responses makes me realize the importance of separating the role of server unit as a storage unit or data processing unit. The amount of data to manage is the heart of the problem anyway.
Apr
10
comment How does optimization make code “greener”?
It is likely that I was traumatized during my first jobs: I wonder if like me, many have had to deal with managers who, to compensate for specific problems of performance, advanced the idea of ​​"replacing the hardware by a more powerful ", despite developers who advises to optimize code ...
Apr
9
awarded  Student
Apr
9
asked How does optimization make code “greener”?
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awarded  Supporter
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awarded  Teacher
Sep
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awarded  Autobiographer