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Independent software developer. Moderator at JavaRanch.


Jun
28
comment How to convince my boss that quality is a good thing to have in code?
@Jarrod Still I think your clients will not be happy with you if you rip them off by making them pay for the bugs you made yourself.
Jun
28
answered How to convince my boss that quality is a good thing to have in code?
Jun
27
comment Graphic card for parallel programming vs traditional methods
"640K ought to be enough for anybody!"...
Jun
27
answered Programmers will be designers in the future?
Jun
27
awarded  Editor
Jun
27
revised Why is Mercurial considered to be easier than Git?
Fixed spelling "TourtiseHg" -> "TortoiseHg"
Jun
27
suggested approved edit on Why is Mercurial considered to be easier than Git?
Jun
25
answered SUN Java and GPL V2 licence issue for linked applications
Jun
23
answered Taking part in an open source project
Jun
22
comment Is there something better than a StringBuilder for big blocks of SQL in the code
Oh, I see you've edited your question to mention that you're using vb.net. I'll leave my answer here in case anyone finds it useful.
Jun
22
answered Is there something better than a StringBuilder for big blocks of SQL in the code
Jun
21
answered Spreadsheet or writing an application?
Jun
20
comment How far to go with typedef'ing primitive types like int
Note that this creates the impression that it's type-safe, but it not at all - the typedefs just create aliases, but nothing stops you from passing for example a Minute to a function that has an argument declared as type Second.
Jun
16
awarded  Critic
Jun
16
comment Logging, do you do it?
So, you're a genius who never creates bugs, but you need logging to show that all bugs are the fault of other people who are dumber than you? :rolleyes:
Jun
15
awarded  Commentator
Jun
15
answered Educational, well-written FOSS projects to read, study or discuss
Jun
15
comment Providing Estimates When working With Unfamiliar Technology?
Maybe it's a good idea to add that "spike" is terminology from Scrum.
Jun
15
comment Is it better to document functions in the header file or the source file?
@Steve314 ofcourse I didn't say that you'd never want to look at the source code of some library - but that wouldn't be the first place you'd look for what the API looks like and how to use it.
Jun
15
answered Is it better to document functions in the header file or the source file?