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I'm a software developer working in C#.

My background is mostly in developing web applications and LOB applications using the Microsoft stack.

I love to try out new stuff unrelated to my line of work at home.

Blog: gillesleblanc.wordpress.com

Github: http://github.com/gilles-leblanc


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comment Does following TDD inevitably lead to DI?
But to use mocks mustn't you necessarily inject the dependencies in the class?
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revised Mastering a programming language by not programming?
10 000 years seems a lot, 10 000 hours is more realistic
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comment Is a well written documentation a good enough reason for learning a programming language?
Somewhat in the line of martiert, but what about fun? If you want to learn a specific language, that's more than a good enough reason. Everything doesn't have to be motivated by career advancement and strategies to maximize your skills.
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comment Which programming languages are multi-platform, fast, and object-oriented with non-limiting low-level os access?
I recommend Blub
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