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bio website quickmediasolutions.com
location Canada
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seen Dec 4 at 19:57

I love developing software :)

I do most of my work with C++, though I have done a fair amount of web programming with PHP. I work a lot with Qt.

Did I mention that I hate Internet Explorer? Don't get me started... (see this post)

If you are looking for a good text editor, I highly recommend PowerPad.
(Yes, I wrote it.)


Dec
27
asked Advantages and possible drawbacks of using Java for cross-platform development vs. .NET?
Dec
27
comment Why no developer API in C++ for Google or Yahoo mail?
If you really see a need for it, why don't you write one?
Dec
27
comment Why no developer API in C++ for Google or Yahoo mail?
Although C++ is rarely used to directly write web applications, that doesn't mean that it isn't used for interacting with web services.
Dec
27
comment Is there any reason to use C++ instead of C, Perl, Python, etc.?
@Ben: You're forgetting something - the reference is always valid. Pointers can point to anything (including NULL) which can lead to all kinds of memory errors if things aren't done right. References can never be NULL and the address that they point to can never be changed.
Dec
26
comment Is there any reason to use C++ instead of C, Perl, Python, etc.?
@Ben: Then can you please explain why it's a bad example?
Dec
23
awarded  Commentator
Dec
23
comment Is there any reason to use C++ instead of C, Perl, Python, etc.?
Or... [shudder]... Delphi!
Dec
23
answered Is there any reason to use C++ instead of C, Perl, Python, etc.?
Dec
23
awarded  Critic
Dec
17
comment How can a new programmer impress the software engineer (boss)?
I can do that in under a minute. Now what? Where's my tough assignments? :P
Dec
17
comment What are your thoughts on online editors?
+1 I don't exactly know why, but this makes sense...
Dec
14
comment Would you use C, today, for a software project?
@Jonas: Yes, but C#... portable?
Dec
14
comment Would you use C, today, for a software project?
@Jonas: "Fast and portable, that could be Java or C# too." Wait - what??? C#... portable? Fast? I don't think so!
Nov
10
comment C++ is easy once you know PHP
PHP is written mostly in C, IIRC.
Sep
8
awarded  Supporter
Sep
8
awarded  Student
Sep
8
awarded  Teacher
Sep
8
answered What are the warning signs of impending doom to watch out for on a project?