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Apr
23
revised Why have many programmers moved to using exception handling for input or output?
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Apr
23
answered Why have many programmers moved to using exception handling for input or output?
Apr
15
comment What is negative code?
Related: quora.com/How-many-lines-of-code-do-professional-program...
Apr
12
comment Why is jQuery released under MIT and not LGPL?
The question should be "Why is jQuery releasd under MIT and not CC0?"
Apr
8
comment What is the best way to INSERT a large dataset into a MySQL database (or any database in general)
Is this actually faster?
Apr
3
comment Why choose an established CMS as opposed to building one from scratch?
@sparks, Troubleshooting other people's bugs are 100x more annoying that troubleshooting your own bugs.
Mar
25
comment What does SVN do better than Git?
@LazyBadger, Never heard of it.
Mar
25
comment What are the advantages of showing line numbers in a text editor?
@Rook, Definitely. If you have everything in one file, the quality usually increases because It's easier to ensure that you don't have some stray code in some stray file somewhere.
Mar
25
comment What are the advantages of showing line numbers in a text editor?
@maple_shaft, Actually even when you are not able to see lines, you can still do Ctrl-G (e.g. plain old notepad).
Mar
19
comment What “version naming convention” do you use?
Per SemVer itself. You can't use SemVer without a public API.
Mar
12
comment How should I pronounce the :: and -> in PHP?
@zzzzBov, I can imagine how bad your day is.
Mar
12
comment How should I pronounce the :: and -> in PHP?
@MichaelK, Shouldn't -> be called the dot and :: be called the dot dot?
Mar
10
comment “static” as a semantic clue about statelessness?
What's the difference between "nullipotent" and "stateless"?
Mar
9
comment What is the hardest bug to find?
@systempuntoout, Does the Schrodinbug even exist?
Mar
2
comment git for personal (one-man) projects. Overkill?
@Yar, Undo has a long history. It's a no-brainer even back in the 1970s. Who said that they didn't need undo? Which user will ever say that? The only people who say that undo is not needed are the coders who want to cut some slack.
Feb
24
comment git for personal (one-man) projects. Overkill?
@Yar, Nope, undo is a no-brainer even back in the 1970s. Who said that they didn't need undo?
Feb
22
comment What's the most effective way to perform code reviews?
Link down...........
Feb
22
comment I program from home. What can I do to be more productive?
@GSto, I don't think that method works for more than a few months.
Feb
20
comment What's the most effective way to perform code reviews?
@JohnMacIntyre, Why did you say the book is pretty good?
Feb
20
comment Ship Early, Ship Never
"There is a balance between learning new skills and applying those skills to your own projects. You have a very finite lifespan. Some people spend their life preparing for what they want to do without ever actually doing what they want to do."