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I am a passionate coder working with php, js, TYPO3 and Rails and also administrate some linux servers for private and business customers.

TYPO3 Association Certified TYPO3 Integrator 4.x Branch.
Member of the TYPO3 Association Certification Team (after I've done the exam, if you're wondering...)


May
22
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
28
comment Should I blog about specifically about programming in English or in my native language?
Also wondering about that, since I am asking myself the exact same question: should I blog the technical things in english and the rest in german, or keep everything in one language.
Oct
16
accepted Handling subscriptions, balances and pricing plan changes
Apr
29
awarded  Yearling
Apr
29
comment Handling subscriptions, balances and pricing plan changes
Thanks everyone, I needed to update the question because I could not solve my problem yet.
Apr
29
revised Handling subscriptions, balances and pricing plan changes
added big edit, updated tags
Apr
29
comment Handling subscriptions, balances and pricing plan changes
Many thanks, that shed some light! Although I feel like I was unclear about the "valid" field. valid_until was my terminology of your paid_until. There is no max length of a plan to subscribe.
Apr
29
asked Handling subscriptions, balances and pricing plan changes
Feb
1
awarded  Informed
May
16
comment How can I apply OOP concepts to building a simple, but real-world, web app?
@Bern don't worry, the mods may do this automatically if they see the flagged question. Anyway, welcome to stackoverflow! ;)
Feb
27
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Feb
24
accepted How does bit flipping / complementing work?
Feb
24
revised How does bit flipping / complementing work?
added 68 characters in body
Feb
24
awarded  Critic
Feb
24
awarded  Commentator
Feb
24
comment What would you say to a bunch of software engineering students on their first day at college?
"If you're doing a bad job, you're increasing the amount of people hating you"
Feb
24
comment How does bit flipping / complementing work?
So this is not making all bits negative, but the leftmost / largest, and the rest ones are still positive?
Feb
24
comment How does bit flipping / complementing work?
So: flipping 0101 (which has a msb of 0) gives 1010, but with msb 1 (negative), which means -2 + -8 = -6. right?
Feb
24
revised How does bit flipping / complementing work?
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Feb
24
asked How does bit flipping / complementing work?