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Java and eclipse centric system engineer

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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Caucus
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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Guru
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answered Standard text samples
Jul
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comment What can I gain from examining others code?
@MainMa - That's difficult, indeed, but you'll have to do it in order to validate if it has been done the right way. Or skip that validation and be happy with kinda like it, yes/no. And that's the main message: you'll never know if things have been done right by just staring on some unknown code. Never.
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comment Standard text samples
I don't quite get it - is it for production code or are looking for test data and test cases?
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answered What can I gain from examining others code?
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awarded  Good Answer
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awarded  Mortarboard
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awarded  Nice Answer
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comment Paradigms fit for UI programming
@SK-logic - sorry, in fact I can't know, you're right. - my rating was based on some of your comments against OOP (per se - that how I understood them)
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revised Why is XML not called EML?
added 8 characters in body
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revised Why is XML not called EML?
added 754 characters in body
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revised How do I get feedback about whether escape analysis had any affect on my code or not?
correct some typos (and something else to fulfill the min-6-char-rule...)
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answered Why is XML not called EML?
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suggested suggested edit on How do I get feedback about whether escape analysis had any affect on my code or not?
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comment Paradigms fit for UI programming
@Inca - keep in mind, that SK-logic (who originated this comment) fights OOP on every possible occasion - like if he had a fanatic mission. I strongly doubt that he can really prove that tk is not related to OOP at all.
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29
comment How to set up for selective pushing with Mercurial?
@ThanosPapathanasiou - ah, OK, looked to me like a contribution to the old "mercurial/git" fight ;) sorry for that!