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bio website stackoverflow.com/users/…
location United States
age 26
visits member for 3 years, 7 months
seen Apr 17 at 18:35

I graduated with a Bachelor's of Science in Computer Science.

I like to play video games in my free time and make simple games as well.

My favorite language is C#.


Jan
10
comment Is it common to print out code on paper?
@Pemdas I wish, lol.
Jan
10
answered Is it common to print out code on paper?
Dec
22
answered White Boards — Who Uses Them?
Dec
20
comment Ternary operator considered harmful?
+1 for When the readability and clearness of code suffers. With many chained operators, just like in your example. The example takes longer to understand than equivalent if/else's.
Nov
22
comment Dangers of two Jobs? Violating Company Policy?
+1 This is the best way to approach this. Unless someone has gone through the same thing with the same company no one can really give any advice. Different companies have different policies.
Nov
19
comment Which are the significant algorithms for humankind in past decades?
+1 and to add to your answer, RSA.
Nov
12
comment What are your programming idiosyncrasies?
I am the same way, I have to have the closing when I create a block. I think it comes from when I just started programming, I missed the closer and it brought up the error, so I now "prevent" it.
Nov
11
awarded  Commentator
Nov
4
comment Doesn't “if (0 == value) …” do more harm than good?
And programmers do miss the double '=' sometimes. It is an easy mistake to make and one that is very easy to overlook.
Oct
21
comment How do you portray to non programmers what programming involves?
I mean that they think all I can do is fix computers and hardware, but they don't think I can do anything related to programming.
Oct
20
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
20
comment How do you portray to non programmers what programming involves?
Not for programmers, but a non-programmer would probably disagree if they knew the complexity, lol.
Oct
20
answered How do you portray to non programmers what programming involves?
Oct
18
answered Make a big deal out of == true?
Sep
28
comment Will getting a degree in mathematics help in game development?
I agree that a whole degree in math would be overkill. A minor in Math would probably be useful though. I have a minor in Math and do not regret taking the extra courses.
Sep
27
comment Are you able to close your eyes and focus/think just on your code?
I sometimes close my eyes or stare at something for a minute or two while I am thinking.
Sep
27
answered Why are there so many programming languages? Why are new languages still being made?
Sep
22
awarded  Supporter
Sep
22
awarded  Teacher
Sep
22
comment Is Java “dead in the water” as a consequence of Oracle buying Sun and subsequently suing Google
I probably should have phrased my answer better, it has open source software and platforms, but the clr is not open source, like NimChimpsky said.