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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.

Also active on: http://stackoverflow.com/users/168719/konrad-morawski


Polish equivalent to StackOverflow: http://devpytania.pl/

My profile there: http://devpytania.pl/users/1672/konrad-morawski


Jun
30
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Never use Strings in Java?
Jun
26
awarded  Yearling
Jun
11
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Continuing to code on large projects
Jun
9
comment Are small amounts of functional programming understandable by non-FP people?
LINQ is the primary example of FP in C#
Jun
4
reviewed Approve suggested edit on How does dependecy injection increase coupling?
May
27
awarded  Nice Answer
May
22
comment Is this actually good OO design?
@Doval "code smell", the way I understand the term, doesn't automatically indicate something is wrong with 100% certainty, it's just that - a smell, something that should make you suspicious and double check ;) Anyway I'll digest what BVernon said and update my answer
May
22
revised Is this actually good OO design?
phrasing
May
22
reviewed Reject suggested edit on How to discover a class in PHP dynamically much like a plug-in architecture
May
22
revised Is this actually good OO design?
added 143 characters in body
May
22
answered Is this actually good OO design?
May
18
awarded  Nice Answer
May
15
comment Why is Software Development so far from being an engineering discipline?
@LWoodyiii no problem. A very good read indeed!
May
13
comment Fixing bugs generated by another team
It's not only a matter of some abstract justice. Having to fix your own bugs motivates to maintain high quality of one's code. If you cut corners just to ship on time, it's going to bite you - that's the important lesson
May
13
comment Fixing bugs generated by another team
Speed: Assign the bug to whoever has the bandwidth to work on it right now - it doesn't necessarily optimize the process for speed in the long run. Just because I'm free to start working on the bug straight away doesn't mean I'll be faster than folks who can get down to it tomorrow, if they know the code better than I do.
May
13
comment Fixing bugs generated by another team
@kevincline this goes without saying. But it's also obvious that some bugs will slip through the testing process.
May
12
comment Why is Software Development so far from being an engineering discipline?
possible duplicate of Why can't the IT industry deliver large, faultless projects quickly as in other industries?
May
11
comment On naming conventions: would you recommend short names or longer, more descriptive names?
Also programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/20206/… etc. It's already been discussed a number of times.
May
11
comment On naming conventions: would you recommend short names or longer, more descriptive names?
possible duplicate of Are short identifiers bad?
May
11
comment Naming conventions: camelCase versus underscore_case ? what are your thoughts about it?
@diegoreymendez fair enough, but that's still 3 words as opposed to 6 :)