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Autodidact of various trades, geek of several.





There are probably two types of coders; the one who took up this craft before he knows it’s a quadzillion dollar industry, and the one after.






Sold as cheap, forced labour for 16056/16056 hours. When the people fear the government, there is tyranny. When governments fear the people, there is liberty.























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May
23
awarded  Nice Question
May
23
accepted Do we actually have to pay to make Windows Phone, Android, or iPhone apps?
May
23
revised Do we actually have to pay to make Windows Phone, Android, or iPhone apps?
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May
23
comment Do we actually have to pay to make Windows Phone, Android, or iPhone apps?
@Josh K $100 is expensive enough..
May
23
comment Do we actually have to pay to make Windows Phone, Android, or iPhone apps?
is it $30 or $25?
May
23
comment Do we actually have to pay to make Windows Phone, Android, or iPhone apps?
so if i price the app at $0 everyone can download it and I do not even have to pay any $ ?
May
23
asked Do we actually have to pay to make Windows Phone, Android, or iPhone apps?
May
23
comment is GAE an infrastructure capable of hosting an app used by millions of active users?
@Dean Harding please re-read the question. I want to know if GAE is an infrastructure capable of hosting an app used by millions of active users?
May
21
comment is GAE an infrastructure capable of hosting an app used by millions of active users?
@PeterKnego I'm trying to convince you AppEngine is bad? Far from it. what I've posted is but just the truth. You probably think AppEngine is so bad yourself, don't blame me for making you think that way alright. My job is just to list the facts
May
21
comment is GAE an infrastructure capable of hosting an app used by millions of active users?
thx for the input. i've edited the question accordingly. btw what's the new record limit if the 1000 record limit is lifted?
May
21
revised is GAE an infrastructure capable of hosting an app used by millions of active users?
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May
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comment is GAE an infrastructure capable of hosting an app used by millions of active users?
@yeradis thx for the update
May
21
revised is GAE an infrastructure capable of hosting an app used by millions of active users?
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May
21
accepted Is Google's Go a type-safe language?
May
21
comment Is Google's Go a type-safe language?
@JamesMcNellis meaning if a type fails, it can only be because i do a type-cast (any other action should not cause a type exception)
May
20
comment Is Google's Go a type-safe language?
ok so in short it doesn't have that kind of type-safety c# allows?
May
19
accepted Is function memoization really only for primitives?
May
19
comment Is function memoization really only for primitives?
cool i didn't know that
May
19
comment Is Google's Go a type-safe language?
i don't get it, does it mean that non-type safe code can actually be compiled? (which isn't possible in c# unless we use dynamics)
May
19
comment Is function memoization really only for primitives?
also is there any specific reason why you are using TryGetValue instead of ContainsKey in your example? (just curious)