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bio website errant.me.uk
location United Kingdom
age 27
visits member for 3 years, 7 months
seen Jan 30 at 10:10

hacker, programmer, forensic analyst


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awarded  Nice Answer
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comment Chromebook - is it interesting for Programmers?
I found it via the Chrome Web Store, when searching for a decent online IDE to use on ChromeOS. It has its problems, and is not quite there yet. But still a pretty decent effort.
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answered Chromebook - is it interesting for Programmers?
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comment How hard is Python to learn?
If that's the case a lot of what you would be teaching is the basics of programming anyway - which is a fairly language agnostic task. So I don't see you having much difficulty.
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answered How hard is Python to learn?
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awarded  Autobiographer
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answered Languages on a resume: Is it better to put “C/C++” or “C, C++”?
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comment Languages on a resume: Is it better to put “C/C++” or “C, C++”?
Counterpoint; it never bothers me one jot. The list of programming languages, no matter how presented, is just that - a list. I'd not reject anyone for using / instead of , Sure, you look at their more detailed experience and if it looks like C/C++ means "I learn't a bit of C once" then, yeh, reject them. But that wasn't really the question.
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comment Let users get requirements together on their own or guide them along?
+1 for the FREE bit :) never get suckered into doing that couple of hours website layout for a mate....
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awarded  Supporter
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revised Let users get requirements together on their own or guide them along?
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revised Let users get requirements together on their own or guide them along?
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answered Let users get requirements together on their own or guide them along?