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I am a senior researcher at Artanim in Geneva, Switzerland. I work on the R&D of (particularly Unity-based) interactive multimedia solutions such as Taylormatic for both desktop and mobile platforms, as well as physical simulations and other R&D in the medical domain.

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revised How to deal with bad versioned software as SCM
Removed some unnecessary content + minor spelling correction.
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revised Class structure to implement a Stack Exchange-like review system
Corrected SO and SE to their correct spelling (there is a space in between the words) and made several other corrections.
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awarded  Nice Answer
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revised AGPL License - does it apply in this scenario?
Spelling correction. Removed unnecessary content at end.
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revised How many types of programming languages are there?
Stop formatting your contributions in all bold.
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Jun
26
comment Should I demand unit-testing from programmers?
Hmm, I feel your pain. If that's regarded as unimportant I'd better hope your supplier offers full support if it doesn't work as desired/expected. I would personally like to see at least some level of proper software development practices without having to force it upon them.
Jun
26
comment Should I demand unit-testing from programmers?
Should you perhaps not consider whether or not they already apply testing as part of your decision to select a supplier?
May
30
comment Bug fixing approach
Oh sure. If it's an isolated section of code to which you have (without a doubt) narrowed down all problems and you're certain there will be no side-effects to its removal, nuke the damned thing. But you should be pretty damn certain.
May
30
awarded  Nice Answer
May
30
revised Bug fixing approach
Minor corrections/clarifcations. Mostly grammar and sentence flow.
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answered Bug fixing approach