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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


Feb
5
comment Query Language for Java Code Analysis
@matcauthon How does one define "easier to use"? There could be many different aspects of usability that could be harder or easier in an entire software package. Rating this would be like trying to give a number rating for a flavor. Further still polling for tools and offsite resources are explicitly off topic.
Jan
30
comment How to deal with bad versioned software as SCM
In the future please do not cross post questions across StackExchange sites. If you feel you posted your question in the wrong place then please flag for a moderator and ask for it to be migrated for you. Thank you.
Jan
29
comment Refactoring - Utility classes behavior under a common interface
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Jan
27
awarded  Nice Question
Jan
26
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
25
comment Match buyers and sellers based on date ranges and quantity of shares
This question is more appropriate here, however in the future please refrain from cross posting the same question across SE sites. If you feel you have posted in the wrong place then flag for a moderator and ask for your question to be migrated. Thank you.
Jan
21
comment How to introduce Scrum in a company accustomed to Scrumbutt or Scrumfall?
Excellent answer! Don't try to push a methodology on them and pray that it fixes their real problems. Take stock of the issues, allow everybody to realize the underlying issues at hand on an individual level and tackle them one at a time. When trying to remove a big boulder in your way you need to start chipping it away into smaller problems that are easier to tackle.
Jan
17
awarded  Nice Question
Jan
15
revised How has an increase in the complexity of systems affected successive generations of programmers?
Removing the parts of the question that beg for opinions and encourage non-constructive debate
Jan
13
comment Questions about God's algorithm and Rubik's cube
@AndresF. I don't think he is asking for help implementing God's Algorithm but instead asking for a simple clear explanation of what it is and how it works in lay terms.
Jan
13
revised How should one debug a PHP web application securely without exposing secrets to competitors?
Narrowed the scope of the question
Jan
10
comment What is meant by “Now you have two problems”?
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Jan
8
comment TDD and complete test coverage where exponential test cases are needed
I didn't accept your answer because I felt another answer better addressed the actual question, but I liked your design approach so much that I am implementing it how you suggested. This does reduce complexity and makes it more extensible in the long run.
Jan
6
accepted TDD and complete test coverage where exponential test cases are needed
Jan
6
comment Do Scrum sprints mean to work at the fastest pace possible?
Programming sweatshops generally don't accept negotiations by workers.
Jan
4
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
2
awarded  Nice Question
Jan
2
comment TDD and complete test coverage where exponential test cases are needed
I really like this answer. It gives a clear and concise unit testing strategy to approach this problem keeping TDD in mind. You break it down quite nicely.
Jan
2
comment TDD and complete test coverage where exponential test cases are needed
Interesting approach. The whole time my mind never considered an OOP approach as I was stuck in the mind of a single comparator component. I really wasn't looking for algorithm advice but this is very helpful regardless.
Jan
2
asked TDD and complete test coverage where exponential test cases are needed