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Jan
5
comment Is a tree with nodes that have reference to parent still a tree?
+1 for pointing out that having parent links (links in both directions) makes the graph equivalent to an undirected graph.
Jan
4
reviewed No Action Needed How to deal with hard configurations at the component level?
Jan
4
reviewed Close How do you feel about using online Version Control Systems?
Jan
4
reviewed Leave Open What are hooks?
Jan
4
reviewed Leave Open Adding a new method to a class library for its new version and exposing a version option the users can select
Jan
2
comment Complexity in nested loops
+1, also for pointing out that the second snippet has complexity O(n^2).
Jan
1
reviewed Close Do you think F# and Python might rule the future market?
Jan
1
reviewed Leave Open Programming Languages “Higher Level” Than Python
Jan
1
reviewed Close To load or not to load data for unit tests from external files
Jan
1
reviewed Leave Open Managing false positives in TDD or BDD
Jan
1
reviewed Leave Open Are there any empirical studies about the effects of commenting source code on software quality, maintainability and developer productivity?
Jan
1
reviewed Close Why we say Lisp are Human oriented and Fortran are Machine oriented?
Jan
1
reviewed Close Emotional detachment from bad code
Jan
1
reviewed Close How do you name sprints in your projects?
Dec
30
reviewed Leave Open Proper way to “say” Big-O notation?
Dec
29
reviewed Reviewed How should you cleanly restrict object property types and values in Python?
Dec
29
comment How should you cleanly restrict object property types and values in Python?
"I think that a negative radius should generate an error when used, not when set.": I disagree: an error condition should be caught as soon as possible.
Dec
27
reviewed Leave Open If I fork an open source project and make improvements in the fork, will it or I offend the original authors?
Dec
27
reviewed Leave Open what kind of functions and/or classes are impossible to unit test and why
Dec
27
reviewed Leave Open What would you do if a senior level programmer stole your code?