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seen Aug 26 at 21:00

A primarily VB.NET developer holding a degree in Aerospace Engineering. I have an interest in everything ranging from VB to C# to C to SQL to Javascript. I don't really hate on any language, they all have their usefulness though I find PHP's syntax to be quite hideous. I refuse to touch the Ektron CMS400 with a 10 foot pole but a 20 feet might be okay. I <3 refactoring. That is all.


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awarded  Yearling
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6
asked Do cross reference database tables have a place in domain driven design?
Feb
24
answered Teaching myself, as a physicist, to become a better programmer
Dec
26
answered How do you effectively develop the same application from multiple computers?
Nov
20
comment Why do most programming languages only support returning a single value from a function?
@gerrit Its been a while since I worked with Matlab (5+ years) but aren't the multiple return values simply syntactic sugar for returning an array of variable size?
Oct
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awarded  Nice Answer
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awarded  Tumbleweed
Oct
10
asked How to mitigate security risks when deploying a database to the web via automated migrations?
Oct
3
answered Naming convention for array, plural or singular?
Sep
26
comment How should I create a combined interface for two logically independent modules?
Hope my answer was at least somewhat helpful. Unfortunately, real world programming problems are rarely trivial and don't always fit nice and neat into our pre-defined patterns. Good luck!
Sep
25
revised How should I create a combined interface for two logically independent modules?
Added c# tag as the answers will likely be c# specific.
Sep
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suggested suggested edit on How should I create a combined interface for two logically independent modules?
Sep
25
answered How should I create a combined interface for two logically independent modules?
Sep
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awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
24
answered How common is string manipulation, really?
Sep
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answered Which ASP.Net programming model is closer to PHP?
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answered Why would I ever use delegates if I'm not doing events?
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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Informed
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comment Responsive Design vs. Separate applications/views
@CarlosGavidia I've added several popular libraries to the answer. I leave it as an exercise to you to do more research on each of these. There is a lot to look at but I think it will get you down the right path.