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bio website championkitchens.com
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I am a software engineer in Pittsburgh, PA with a focus on architecture, design and development of solutions in both Java and .NET technologies.

I recently helped a friend build a website for a business he is starting. http://www.championkitchens.com


May
7
revised Enforcing coding standards: What are the trade-offs of different methods?
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May
5
comment Using someone else's code in your commercial products
Can you please elaborate on the different licenses and how they affect code reuse in a commercial product?
Apr
27
comment Improving ZooKeeper to increase availability
@EugenDück It has come to our attention that you have been doing a very large number of edits on your question. We encourage improving and clarifying your questions and answers as well as others, however our system will try to intelligently detect post vandalism by counting concurrent edits. I don't believe this is the case here but I encourage you to work out the details and additional information in comments first, then when you feel you have finally got all of the necessary information, then edit your question to address everything. If you need help visit chat or meta. Thank you.
Apr
22
awarded  Custodian
Apr
20
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
15
comment Can I use MIT code within a MS-PL project?
@gnat It is a direct question about software licensing which is on topic.
Apr
14
comment Why we should (not) develop on a server via RDP
I am not sure that "only one copy" is necessarily a real limitation even if development is primarily done on only one server. There is nothing to say that setting up a secure Git or Subversion repository that is externally accessible from the web isn't a possibility. The OP could setup an external source control repository in his own network that can be reached from the development machine. There is now source control and more than one copy.
Apr
11
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
5
revised When not to use Google Web Toolkit?
Changing from asking for opinions to a list of arguments against using GWT
Apr
4
comment What are arguments against using articles in method name?
@gnat I think because their could be a good answer to this that the best course of action now is to moderate answers over questions.
Apr
4
comment What are arguments against using articles in method name?
@MetaFight Not sure I agree that this is opinion based. The OP is asking for the arguments against a relatively simple concept. The question isn't asking which one is better. If the question were to get a comprehensive answer then it could be a good resource for others that wish to formulate their own opinion.
Mar
28
comment Should I pass array or pointer?
Please do not use comments for chatting unless it is about clarification or elaboration on a question or answer. If you would like to continue this conversation then I recommend visiting the chat room. Thank you.
Mar
27
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
25
revised Joel Test: Quiet working space as a developer?
Clarifying the title for drive-by down voters.
Mar
25
comment is there a way to leave notificationManager and alarmManger alive even when the app is closed?
In the future please refrain from posting the same question across StackExchange sites. If you feel you have posted in the wrong place then flag for a moderator and we will look into migrating the question for you.
Mar
21
revised What negative consequences can arise from this language design rule?
Updating the question with additional information by the OP
Mar
17
comment Why do most sites require email activation
This question appears to be off-topic because it is about information security. This question very likely already has similar questions and answers there. Possible duplicate: security.stackexchange.com/questions/13983/… Thank you.
Mar
11
comment Are “Stocks” a TDD/Unit testing anti pattern?
@SebastianRedl The isValid method implies to me that it is some kind of business logic and like all business logic should be covered by its own test. Perhaps you can include your comment as part of your answer?
Mar
5
comment implementing dynamic query handler on historical data
@user2390183 Your clarification of requirements is helpful, however this is such a technically broad question when you don't know where to start. Where should the answerer start? There are entire books written about Analytics and BI tools that we could not explain fully unless you give us a more narrow problem in your design. We can't design this entire thing for you. Propose a design that you think might work and try asking a specific question about that and we can possibly reopen this question.
Feb
27
answered How does one regrade a development team appropriately?