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I work on projects in many areas including automated stock, futures and options trading, risk analysis, modeling and simulation, software and database architecture, and data conditioning.


Dec
31
answered Using macros to implement a generic vector (dynamic array) in C. Is this a good idea?
Dec
2
answered Is there an effective way to test XSL transforms/BizTalk maps?
Dec
2
comment Is there an effective way to test XSL transforms/BizTalk maps?
It's amazing to me how the XML toolchain is so robust except when it comes to testing.
Dec
2
comment In a Table Data Gateway, where do I put queries that use joins
It seems a DAO would contain a table data gateway, where applicable.
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Feb
27
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
4
awarded  Critic
Apr
26
awarded  Yearling
Jul
11
awarded  Nice Question
Jul
10
comment Implementing unit testing at a company that doesn't do it
@Peter Torok Thanks... have you got any links to relevant acceptance testing information?
Jul
10
accepted Implementing unit testing at a company that doesn't do it
Jul
10
asked Implementing unit testing at a company that doesn't do it
Jun
3
accepted When module calling gets ugly
Jun
1
comment When module calling gets ugly
That's true.. it is possible to test the whole script using mocks. I hesitated because I wondered if having such a script in the first place was a symptom of bad design. But from the comments so far, it appears that the script is a natural consequence of "dataflow programming".
Jun
1
revised When module calling gets ugly
closer to my code which uses public static inner classes for module input/output; calling operate() function of modules
Jun
1
asked When module calling gets ugly
Apr
26
awarded  Yearling
Feb
22
accepted Optimization as a branch: is that a thing?
Feb
22
awarded  Editor