178 reputation
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bio website elmalabarista.com
location Colombia
age 34
visits member for 2 years, 11 months
seen Jun 19 at 21:09

CEO & Developer of "El malabarista", maker of the POS for the iPhone BestSeller.

12+ years of experience creating software in use for more than +2000 users in my country.

Experience in Python, Django, Web apps, APIs, .NET, Objective-C, iPhone/iPad development, RemObjects & more.

CV: http://careers.stackoverflow.com/cv/employer/20796


Apr
25
comment What can be done to programming languages to avoid floating point pitfalls?
"If you must get more accuracy from floating point, sort your terms. Add small numbers together, not to big numbers." Any sample on this?
Apr
25
comment What can be done to programming languages to avoid floating point pitfalls?
I wonder, if possible to know if a result need to be represented as 1/3 or could be a exact decimal?
Apr
13
comment Go-like interfaces + multi-methods make sense?
Ok, "who want their lives made simpler" that is good to me. I'm thinking in what could be best in the long run, for the kind of developers that do business apps, web backends, mobile, more like the python/pascal community than the C-like community.
Apr
12
awarded  Tumbleweed
Apr
5
asked Go-like interfaces + multi-methods make sense?
Sep
1
comment Can't I just use all static methods?
"His reasoning being static methods are light weight and it benefits web applications by keeping server load down". That is wrong. Keeping the server load down?
Aug
24
accepted Why is float the default in the majority of languages?
Aug
24
awarded  Commentator
Aug
24
comment Why is float the default in the majority of languages?
IMHO, I think the majority of the times a number is used for counting (for i=1 to 10), specify a value (age = 10) and basic arithmetic (+-*/). But look like is expected something more complex than that?
Aug
24
asked Why is float the default in the majority of languages?
Oct
1
comment Looking for parallel programming problem
Can be both. Think in modeling sending a message to all the users across all the chatrooms, and each chatroom is a parallel task (or each slice of N users or as you wish)
Oct
1
comment Is Clang/LLVM ready for prime time?
Also, is the default compiler now for iOS.
Oct
1
answered Looking for parallel programming problem
Aug
20
comment Why payment processors rarely support account outside USA?
"far worse" not necessarily imply bad quality (bad choice of words of mine, far below better?). The API design, online help, hosting, tech support, available libraries, online resources, etc are very different between the ones i review. Of curse, I don't know the whole industry and is my POV.
Aug
20
accepted Why payment processors rarely support account outside USA?
Aug
17
comment Why payment processors rarely support account outside USA?
Any source for the licensing thing? Because that look like the answer...
Aug
17
comment Why payment processors rarely support account outside USA?
I'm in Colombia. The trouble with that kind of localized services is that their quality, support, features, etc is far worse that the big names. Also, in my case, the only 2 local to Colombia know they are the monopoly ;)
Aug
17
asked Why payment processors rarely support account outside USA?
Jul
1
answered Why aren't databases integrated as a language feature?
Aug
11
awarded  Scholar