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I am a 21-years-old software developer from Israel. My hobbies include reading, writing, talking, boxing, playing guitar, singing and intense exposure to adult content.


Jun
26
awarded  Yearling
Apr
29
reviewed Approve suggested edit on gitlab tag wiki excerpt
Apr
29
reviewed Approve suggested edit on gitlab tag wiki
Mar
21
awarded  Guru
Mar
21
awarded  Custodian
Mar
21
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What is the difference between collation and character set?
Dec
10
answered Does Abstract Factory Pattern scale?
Nov
4
revised How you return to a code when you don't remember what you were doing?
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Oct
31
answered Should mock objects for tests be created at a high or low level
Oct
30
answered How you return to a code when you don't remember what you were doing?
Oct
30
comment Why is it not standard to implement abstraction layers for the file system?
+1 I believe what you were trying to say is "Presume the FS works and shouldn't be tested. Then, if you have a class that ReadsSomething(), implement it in terms of the interface GetSomething(), which this specific implementation of it just so happens to actually read from a file, which, as we said, is presumably working behavior."
Oct
30
answered What is the best way to handle dynamic content?
Oct
30
comment Best way to rename existing unique field names in database?
OP, Note that your proposed solution would require locking the file between checking and adding. Otherwise there'd be a race condition when 2 files with the same name are uploaded simultaneously.
Sep
6
awarded  Good Answer
Jul
14
comment For what reasons should I choose C# over Java and C++?
@Giorgio That's not a drawback of C++ though. That's the very intent of it. Manual memory management. It depends on your needs. It's not simply a matter of "they didn't do it as good as other languages."
Jul
13
comment For what reasons should I choose C# over Java and C++?
@Giorgio Well I was only speaking of lambdas and higher order functions. If you don't think that qualifies for functional programming, I wouldn't really argue.
Jul
13
comment For what reasons should I choose C# over Java and C++?
@Giorgio I pretty much agree with you there. Except that I do think C++ functional programming is cool and helps a lot.
Jun
26
awarded  Yearling
Jun
1
comment What is early and late binding?
@KateGregory Also, note my comment about this being an implementation detail.
Jun
1
revised What is early and late binding?
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