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Software engineer and co-president at The Nerdery. Come work with me, http://nerdery.com/workwithme/vf

Web developer using primarily .NET/C#, though I've also done some Java, Ruby, C++ as well.

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The competent programmer is fully aware of the strictly limited size of his own skull; therefore he approaches the programming task in full humility, and among other things he avoids clever tricks like the plague. -- E.W. Dijkstra, The Humble Programmer

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answered Design for a tree using a visitor pattern, how to implement different kinds of traversal?
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answered Is the phrase “never reinvent the wheel” suitable for students?
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answered How can I deal with the cargo-cult programming attitude?
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comment How can I deal with the cargo-cult programming attitude?
That should be && - though I suspect it might also succeed as a bitwise operation.
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comment Site for programming tasks
@PaulTomblin just because you might be doing something new, that doesn't make you incompetent.
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answered I'm a contract developer and I think I'm about to get screwed