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A long time stackoverflower who owes a lot to this site and tries to give back as much as he can. :-)

I am mainly active in the Scala tag, but sometimes also participate in other tags, especially the ones related to programming languages and functional programming.

Check out my about.me page to know more about me.


Dec
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comment Is anything in programming truly evil?
Re #2: I used to think the same until I started using Scala.
Dec
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comment What are the pros and cons of having a life partner from the same field?
+1, Great question.
Dec
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awarded  Enthusiast
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awarded  Civic Duty
Dec
10
answered Purest functional programming language(s)?
Dec
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revised Do you have your own 'misc utils' library? What part are you most proud of?
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Dec
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answered Do you have your own 'misc utils' library? What part are you most proud of?
Dec
6
revised How would you design a programming language?
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Dec
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comment How would you design a programming language?
@Jörg: Nemerle?
Dec
5
answered How would you design a programming language?
Dec
3
comment Solutions to problems that .NET can solve better than Java (or vice-versa)
@sbi: The question is about platforms, not languages. On the Java platform, Scala and Clojure support automatic resource management like C#'s using.
Dec
3
comment What programming language generates fewest hard-to-find bugs?
@Bob: And what is it? :)
Dec
3
revised What are some famous one-liner or two-liner programs and equations?
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answered What are some famous one-liner or two-liner programs and equations?
Dec
3
answered What are some famous one-liner or two-liner programs and equations?
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awarded  Good Answer
Dec
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comment What programming language generates fewest hard-to-find bugs?
@Thorbjørn: LOL. Good one. :D
Dec
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comment What programming language generates fewest hard-to-find bugs?
@back2dos: You should post your suggestion under Iry's blog post I have linked in my answer.
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awarded  Nice Answer
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comment What programming language generates fewest hard-to-find bugs?
Safety and power are not inversely proportional (which is what you seem to think ;-) Haskell, for instance, is EXTREMELY powerful and yet has very few ways to shoot yourself in foot.