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I am a .NET software developer located in New Orleans. I have been lurking around the ALT.NET community since I have no idea how to actually design a system in early 2008. Since, I have become a big proponent with in my company for tdd, domain driven design, loose coupling, et al. My other programming interests are PHP, F# and Python which I am all bad at.

My interests outside of work are Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, emergence theory, independent music (mostly post-punk), philosophy, American politics, current science, particle physics, living in New Orleans and learning in general. Not at all in that order.


Feb
19
comment Do any package managers provide select-one dependencies
oh awesome. Thanks, glad to know the terminology for this as well.
Feb
19
accepted Do any package managers provide select-one dependencies
Feb
19
comment Do any package managers provide select-one dependencies
Seems like it would be off topic on SO as there isn't really a correct answer and its more of a general question about programming. Why do you think its off topic?
Feb
19
asked Do any package managers provide select-one dependencies
Feb
18
revised Why does F# have an interactive mode but not C#?
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Dec
12
accepted What HTTP verb is appropriate for an api route that restarts an application the server?
Dec
12
asked What HTTP verb is appropriate for an api route that restarts an application the server?
Oct
18
comment How can I keep track of all the websites I've made like a proper business would?
Me too. It's been 2 years since the OP...I wonder if @Mile is looking for a job...
Oct
18
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
20
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
12
awarded  Yearling
Jun
3
comment A few clarifications about the DOM
2 - The statement is about implementation, not representation. Unless I'm mistaken, the ''representation'' does have to be a tree. The behind-the scenes implementation does not.
Jun
3
comment A few clarifications about the DOM
I'll answer what I can in the comments. 3 & 4 might take someone who develops browsers to really answer and I don't want to affect the answer count. 1 - the browser has an understanding of the current state of the document, you can call this the DOM, alternately you can call the DOM the standard interfaces that it exposes that allow you to query and modify the state of the document.
May
21
comment What can I do to get better at estimating how long projects are going to take?
@gnat Possible duplicate, yes. But preceded that question by 2 years.
May
6
comment What Http verb should the route to log out of your web app be?
Ah, so you're saying you GET the auth token and then include that along as a parameter for all other requests? (Which I guess is what the cookie approach is already doing just using cookies)
May
3
comment What Http verb should the route to log out of your web app be?
So to clarify, would you agree that Logout should be a client-side only operation (ie delete the cookie) after which the client should probably move to the entry point of the API?
May
3
comment What Http verb should the route to log out of your web app be?
See, this is what I was thinking initially, but what would GET http://example.com/sessions/a8edjn239sd8h2er return? Worse, shouldn't GET ://example.com/products return the same thing whether or not you've previously POSTed to http://example.com/sessions/ or not? After some thought, I think @JonathanRich might have nailed it.
May
3
accepted What Http verb should the route to log out of your web app be?
May
3
comment What Http verb should the route to log out of your web app be?
@GrizzLy, that's true, this is more a question of theory as I couldn't readily think of what the correct answer was.
May
2
asked What Http verb should the route to log out of your web app be?