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Oct
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comment Why isn't functional language syntax more close to human language?
That's a pretty big assumption/leap you're making, that "closer to human language" equates to "more expressive."
Jul
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revised Is having a single `IndexWriter` instance in Lucene a good idea?
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Apr
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comment Why is there no here document syntax in .Net?
stackoverflow.com/questions/3538484/heredoc-strings-in-c-sharp
Mar
19
comment What is the best approach for database design with lots of columns?
With a design like that, you'd have to continually rename columns. Why not name them by absolute year, rather than "years ago," e.g. sales_annual_2012, sales_annual_2011, sales_annual_2010, ...?
Mar
17
comment How to become comfortable with javascript and its libraries(jQuery)?
w3schools is really not a good place to start. Mozilla Dev Network is far better. developer.mozilla.org/en/A_re-introduction_to_JavaScript
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Jan
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revised How is Scala scalable?
formatting
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comment Software licenses in practice
Dude, you should be talking to a lawyer.
Oct
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revised What are the pros and cons of the MVVM architecture?
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Aug
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revised How to tackle a boss/manager who likes to race the coders
Serial != serialization
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Aug
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comment How to tackle a boss/manager who likes to race the coders
I'd say the approach is "serial," not "serialization."
Aug
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comment What to do when your “failing” project is actually “successful”?
+1 for the second sentence alone.