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I love software development, and technology of all kinds. I have a boy and a girl and a beautiful wife, all of whom I adore. I practice Southern Chinese Kung Fu, and hope that my kids will too. I write code and play boardgames in my spare time.

I currently work as a JEE engineer in Edina, MN.


Jan
17
revised Are there any opensource APIs that help analyze code?
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Jan
17
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Jan
17
comment Keep it simple now, or program with the future in mind?
+1 for the suggestion to document the more robust solution. The feature may or may not be implemented exactly as you planned, but it's definitely a good idea to inform the future implementer about your thoughts on the changes.
Jan
13
revised What skills does it take to develop an Android app?
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Jan
13
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Jan
12
revised What is this development methodology called?
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Jan
12
revised What is this development methodology called?
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Jan
12
revised What is this development methodology called?
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Jan
12
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Jan
11
revised Where should I start on a large concurrent programming assignment?
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Jan
11
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Jan
3
comment Overcome clumsiness in writing code
@nightcracker: I know what you mean. At times I've had to 'mark my backtrail' so to speak, so that I didn't forget all the details that occurred to me while brainstorming corner cases. Using a text editor with liberal use of indenting works well enough for this.
Jan
3
revised Sort algorithms that work on large amount of data
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Jan
3
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Jan
3
comment Overcome clumsiness in writing code
Writing tests first forces you to think about the edge cases before you start implementing any logic, which will often result in code that is much less prone to bugs through 'clumsiness'.
Dec
27
comment Should I use the language I'm most comfortable in, or the company “standard”
This is a good answer, but I would add that the OP should speak to his/her manager about the tradeoffs to see how strict they consider the standard, and whether they'd approve his/her use of another stack for this project.
Dec
15
revised Where can I find an algorithm for creating 3D anaglyphs using a depth map image?
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Dec
15
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Dec
15
revised How can I learn practical applications of software engineering principles?
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15
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