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Sep
14
comment Should We Code for Performance or Stability?
@ReinHenrichs: because if it's maintainable, it can be fixed, which is much better than having code that works^W is believed to work but nobody can deal with.
Sep
14
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Sep
14
comment Should We Code for Performance or Stability?
Then profile it. You can't work on performance without data, and if data shows performance is not an issue, then you win on management too.
Sep
14
answered Should We Code for Performance or Stability?
Sep
14
revised How to effectively share projects with other developers
added 103 characters in body
Sep
14
answered How to effectively share projects with other developers
Aug
14
comment longest list of words with matching start and end letters
The problem states that there are 100 words. I think this means you can apply a dynamic programming solution, which is mentioned in the article you are referring to.
Jul
23
reviewed Reviewed What should be an optimal team (in terms of roles) to write a big enterprise nice-quality framework?
Jul
23
comment What should be an optimal team (in terms of roles) to write a big enterprise nice-quality framework?
It all depends on the context, but it would still be interesting to hear stories.
Jul
17
awarded  Critic
Jul
17
awarded  Custodian
Mar
8
awarded  Yearling
Jul
5
comment Learning Haskell and C# Simultaneously
Well indeed it can be confusing too. It sure will take more time to master C#. But will it take more time than learning C# and Haskell? I cannot tell. anyway, maybe not at the same time, but at least I would not recommend him to wait until he has mastered C# before trying Haskell.
Jul
5
comment Learning Haskell and C# Simultaneously
By first mastering C# and only then learning Haskell, you might face the problem many programmers face when they try functional programming for the first time after doing only imperative programming, namely feeling completely lost because it's so different from imperative programming. By learning only one way of programming, people somehow shape their mind into thinking "this is what programming is", and this makes difficult to grasp a new paradigm thereafter. By learning both at the same time you may avoid this caveat (I cannot guaranty it though).
Jun
28
awarded  Good Answer
Jun
28
awarded  Commentator
Jun
28
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
28
revised Simple method for reliably detecting code in text?
TESTED!
Jun
28
revised Simple method for reliably detecting code in text?
More hints
Jun
28
answered Simple method for reliably detecting code in text?