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seen Mar 24 at 1:38

I got my bachelor's degree in computer science at Université de Montréal in 2002 after my DCS in Computer Science Technology form the Collège de Valleyfield in 1999. I currently work as a Programmer Analyst.

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If I make funny phrase, it's because English is only my 3th language. The first one is French and the second one is a version of Basic that is old enough to have a line number in front of each statement.

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Why davrob60? "Dav" is for David, "rob" is for Robitaille, 60 is meaningless.


Apr
29
awarded  Civic Duty
Apr
28
awarded  Suffrage
Apr
28
revised What is a Neural Network in simple words
edited tags
Apr
28
comment What is a Neural Network in simple words
then try simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neural_network
Apr
28
comment Is the link between C# programming language and music obvious for English native speaker?
@Tyanna Thanks, I was confused by the french notes name again, in french it's Ré Bémol.
Apr
28
comment Is the link between C# programming language and music obvious for English native speaker?
@Anna Db? I don't get it.
Apr
28
asked Is the link between C# programming language and music obvious for English native speaker?
Apr
15
revised How do you remember encapsulation types for effective use?
edited tags
Apr
15
comment How do you remember encapsulation types for effective use?
And beer help to digest it.
Apr
15
answered How do you remember encapsulation types for effective use?
Apr
15
comment How do you remember encapsulation types for effective use?
It would be better if we go get a beer so I could explain it to you.
Mar
21
comment Is the “One Description Table to rule them all” approch good?
@JohnFx of course, laziness is rarely profitable.
Mar
21
comment Is the “One Description Table to rule them all” approch good?
@johmFX "The road to hell is paved with good intentions" laziness of programmer make them think it's a good idea because they will have less work to do.
Mar
21
revised Is the “One Description Table to rule them all” approch good?
added empasis on the important part of the answer
Mar
21
comment Is the “One Description Table to rule them all” approch good?
OK, I got it: While you will save time on the database development by centralizing all description into one table (only one table to create and maintain), you lose on the performance and structure because you have to do database work on another layer on the database (within the query, or elsewhere). This database work would be better done by the RDBMS if a proper structure is done. So it's a lazy programming pattern.
Mar
21
accepted Is the “One Description Table to rule them all” approch good?
Mar
21
suggested suggested edit on Is the “One Description Table to rule them all” approch good?
Mar
16
comment As a consultant, how can I amaze my clients?
The example you provided work better to get a (long lasting) girlfriend than clients!
Mar
16
comment Is the “One Description Table to rule them all” approch good?
how Alex Papadimoulis's thedailywtf is related to Jeff Atwood?
Mar
15
revised Is the “One Description Table to rule them all” approch good?
witch -> which