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bio website github.com/adam-arold
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I like to hack things together in LISP (clojure at the moment) and java in my spare time. I'm interested in intelligent CMS solutions, AI, data mining and much more. I usually tend to be attracted to topics/technologies which present me with a challenge. If you have ideas which do fit my interests then feel free to contact me on arold (dot) adam (@) gmail (dot) com.

While not at the computer I like to play drums, pick locks and run around in airsoft fields with guns blazing.

I also created the tag on meta.

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Nov
12
comment Which is the most practical way to add functionality to this piece of code?
Sorry, but I don't understand how it works from the example. Where does the incrementCost method go? where does the constant TRANSPARENT go? what is a sealed class? Why should get/setData should be private?
Nov
12
comment Which is the most practical way to add functionality to this piece of code?
I don't want the user to have to extend a class since he may have one which is already extending something.
Nov
12
comment Which is the most practical way to add functionality to this piece of code?
You don't get the point.
Nov
12
comment Which is the most practical way to add functionality to this piece of code?
This is the Rule of the Three, right? I in fact already have a demo application but your answer looks like you think this is a Catch 22: I can't write an interface while there are no applications and I can't write applications while there is no interface. So there should be one interface for a start.
Nov
12
asked Which is the most practical way to add functionality to this piece of code?
Sep
18
asked How can I indicate if an object operates with another one in an UML class diagram?
Aug
31
comment Does macros support make Scala a Lisp dialect?
I think you still live in the last century.
Aug
30
comment Does macros support make Scala a Lisp dialect?
Says someone who is still using Delphi. Ok. I take your word for granted.
Aug
30
asked Does macros support make Scala a Lisp dialect?
Aug
29
asked What is a battery backup up cache?
Aug
27
comment Self reference using a new table vs concatenated list of ids
We are using mysql. Yeah this is my other problem. It is impossible to query the database in a sensible way.
Aug
27
revised Self reference using a new table vs concatenated list of ids
edited tags
Aug
27
asked Self reference using a new table vs concatenated list of ids
Jul
30
comment Explaining technical things to non-technical people
I'm doing this all the time. +1
Jul
30
comment How can I convince management to deal with technical debt?
I just adopted your approach. +1
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12
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