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Mobile Game Developer
C#, Swift
iOS, Android


Feb
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awarded  Nice Question
Feb
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comment Private variable vs property?
+1 Yes in most cases (MVVM) the PropertyChanged event is a must. And that can only get fired inside a property. Good explanation.
Feb
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comment Private variable vs property?
+1 for MVVM example. Actually that's what sparked the question in the first place.
Feb
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asked Private variable vs property?
Jan
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awarded  Notable Question
Jan
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accepted Is a silverlight UserControl considered a view?
Jan
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asked Is a silverlight UserControl considered a view?
Dec
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answered Do TODO comments make sense?
Oct
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accepted What are ways I can speed of development time when building applications?
Oct
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revised What are ways I can speed of development time when building applications?
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Oct
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asked What are ways I can speed of development time when building applications?
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10
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
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accepted Is it better to develop apps using a platform specific technology or web technologies?
Sep
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comment Is it better to develop apps using a platform specific technology or web technologies?
great explanation. I knew there had to be a reason there was such a jump for web technologies recently and it was hardware acceleration.
Sep
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asked Is it better to develop apps using a platform specific technology or web technologies?
Aug
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accepted What determines when a computer is considered a “client”?
Aug
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comment What determines when a computer is considered a “client”?
thanks for the clarification. Well explained.
Aug
29
comment What determines when a computer is considered a “client”?
yes I have heard this definition which is the most common I know of. I guess theres a bit of a mix up. What exactly is the client? Is it the device that requests the service or could it also be software requesting the service? Thus my assumption that usually all "clients" are considered the devices in the hands of the consumer.
Aug
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comment What determines when a computer is considered a “client”?
@Jeff O not necessarily. I just want to know if the meaning of client has a specific set of characteristics, and if so couldn't all computers that have these chararteristics be considered a client.
Aug
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asked What determines when a computer is considered a “client”?