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Jun
27
comment Do Java applets have any place on the web today?
along the same lines ... programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/102090/…
Jun
26
awarded  Organizer
Jun
26
revised Switching from abstract class to interface
various grammatical changes. removed php tag since there is no mention of it in the question and this question could apply to any language with abstract classes and interfaces
Jun
26
suggested suggested edit on Switching from abstract class to interface
Jun
26
comment Should you keep a copy of all the code you write?
@MathewFoscarini I understand what you're saying, but I'm talking about the algorithms. That would be like saying the carpenter doesn't own the steps he takes to build the house
Jun
25
comment Should you keep a copy of all the code you write?
My major issue with this topic is... Does the company own every bit of the code? I understand I can't resell the code I wrote for another company verbatim. But am I allowed to keep my code around to reuse algorithms, even if that reuse is with another company/makes me profit?
Jun
8
comment Fiction that includes BASIC programs
moving Alex's answer to the comments: "Just found this post while searching for the same book - the underwater shark base thing. My mom bought it for me back in the day and I totally wrote the programs and everything. (And, yes, I am now a programmer. Way to go Mom!) I wish someone had answered this question. :("
Jun
2
awarded  Quorum
Jun
1
comment Initialized variables vs named constants
Haha. My fault. I figured I would get something wrong with that statement. But hopefully everyone gets the gist of it.
May
31
revised Initialized variables vs named constants
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May
31
revised Initialized variables vs named constants
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May
31
answered Initialized variables vs named constants
May
21
accepted Should the most recent date be named 'start' or 'end'?
May
18
comment Should the most recent date be named 'start' or 'end'?
@downvoter Can you explain the downvote so that maybe I can reconstruct my question if something wasn't right?
May
18
comment Should the most recent date be named 'start' or 'end'?
I completely agree with you, but I think my question was geared more towards the normal conventions and what would be intuitive. I was trying to make it easy for the developer so that they didn't have to go looking in documentation. To put it short, I didn't want to make it function(haystack, needle) when the known convention is function(needle, haystack).
May
18
comment Should the most recent date be named 'start' or 'end'?
With this in mind, what would be your solution to the question then? How do you convey this to other developers in your function's arguments?
May
18
asked Should the most recent date be named 'start' or 'end'?
May
18
awarded  Critic
May
18
awarded  Citizen Patrol
May
11
answered Should a web developer know how to do slicing?