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Software engineer with a few years of professional experience, skilled in C# and Java (I've done some work in PHP as well). Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist in Windows applications.

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Apr
27
reviewed Approve qt tag wiki excerpt
Apr
24
comment Automatic builders/chain setters for Java?
@DawidPura they wouldn't squeeze more code between what's already there, but they would still add some of their own a mile away.
Apr
24
revised Automatic builders/chain setters for Java?
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Apr
24
answered Automatic builders/chain setters for Java?
Apr
20
comment Duplicate Account Detection - New Approach?
Once a human is in the loop, they can catch patterns that no computer ever will. For instance, one player consistently making profoundly bad trades to another player - hm, this sounds like something easily detectable by an algorithm. Unless I am misunderstanding you somehow
Apr
20
reviewed Approve telerik tag wiki excerpt
Apr
20
reviewed Approve ip-address tag wiki
Apr
20
reviewed Approve ip-address tag wiki excerpt
Mar
23
comment Is it a good idea to contextually name predefined functional interfaces?
But typing is implicit anyway, right? It's just registerMessageHandler((str) -> doSomething(str)) one way or the other, no? Where is it that you benefit from having aliased the Consumer? Finding usages?
Mar
23
answered Algorithm that generates a group of men and women who are each interested in everyone from the other gender
Mar
23
comment Algorithm that generates a group of men and women who are each interested in everyone from the other gender
A 29 year old woman who likes tennis and is looking for a man between x<=31 and y>=31 - a woman who knows what she wants (when it comes to age at least)
Mar
20
comment What is the name of a function that takes no argument and returns nothing?
@user949300 but it depends on the context - Java is a big world you see, I'm an Android developer (now) and I have no J2EE-related idiosyncrasies ;) I agree, of course, that chosen naming convention shouldn't clash with the one your framework uses.
Mar
20
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
20
comment What is the name of a function that takes no argument and returns nothing?
I've deleted my comment in meantime Mike, because I noticed that my objections have already been addressed in comments under the question
Mar
20
revised What is the name of a function that takes no argument and returns nothing?
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Mar
20
answered What is the name of a function that takes no argument and returns nothing?
Mar
20
awarded  Curious
Mar
13
comment Delphi to Java change - career advice
but in my country, Java is NOT as common as .NET for learning or available jobs - what country is that, out of curiosity? (I'm aware that your answer is 4 years old already, but I assume things haven't taken a 180-degree turn since)
Mar
13
comment Calculating winning probability for 2 teams using their history?
Okay then! Thanks for accepting the answer
Mar
12
comment Calculating winning probability for 2 teams using their history?
@MartinJ I see what you mean, but if you want to attribute more weight to direct encounters between team1 and team2 (disregarding, or giving less relevance to how they both ranked against team3, team4 etc.), you can simply recalculate the ratings of team1 and team2 based on the outcomes of matches they played against eachother, and these matches only. So ELO is still useful, you just feed the algorithm with a narrowed down subset of game results. How about that?