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Research-level student, Scala fanboy, trying to wrap my head around Python, Clojure and Dart

I had a broad range of interests: from bioinformatics and computer vision to data mining, functional programming and rock-climbing.

Working at Yandex on a variety of tasks

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Dec
2
comment How do I view Scala code without all the syntactic sugar?
Related stackoverflow.com/questions/9891407/…
May
25
comment Scala or Clojure Functional Programming best practices
Do you need both akka and stm?
May
3
awarded  Excavator
Mar
30
comment Advice on whether to use scripting, run time compile or something else
And consider to look at dependency injection and spring.net in particular -- it allow you to define parts of your app and dependencies between them in xml and thus don't require to recompile your code.
Mar
30
comment Advice on whether to use scripting, run time compile or something else
I think it belongs to Programmers.SE
Jan
28
awarded  Editor
Jan
28
revised Should I include not-yet released projects on my resume/CV?
some clarification on question
Jan
28
suggested suggested edit on Should I include not-yet released projects on my resume/CV?
Oct
2
awarded  Scholar
Oct
2
accepted What is a domain of automatic testing tools such as ScalaCheck?
Sep
12
awarded  Autobiographer
Aug
19
awarded  Supporter
Aug
18
awarded  Student
Aug
18
asked What is a domain of automatic testing tools such as ScalaCheck?
Aug
7
comment Help me deal with higher level languages
2. I see no reason why there wouldn't be a function which knows the position of the element it is processing. I think, the reason is that scala has functional heritage, and in functional world you write declarative, i.e. what you need (instead of imperative how to do it, directly defining underlying logic). Anyways, zipWithIndex method of collections, possibly can solve that particular problem.