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bio website greenworksit.com
location Kansas City, KS
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awarded  Popular Question
Oct
16
awarded  Yearling
Oct
11
comment Should a developer close a ticket in bug tracking tool?
+1 The ticket should only be closed when the person who issued the ticket is satisfied.
Oct
3
accepted Should I combine similar functions even though they are slightly different?
Sep
27
revised Should I combine similar functions even though they are slightly different?
added 168 characters in body
Sep
27
comment Should I combine similar functions even though they are slightly different?
Not sure if it changes the answer, but "Connecting" always includes "Bringing the window forward" I will change the logic in my question.
Sep
27
asked Should I combine similar functions even though they are slightly different?
Jun
27
awarded  Commentator
Jun
27
comment Over thinking development
Judging someone's intelligence based on one fragment is ludicrous. There isn't a developer alive that doesn't have their name on at least one piece of messy code.
Jun
27
awarded  Critic
Jun
27
accepted Should I force users to update an application?
Jun
26
comment Should I force users to update an application?
We are going to have several versions of the application supported at one time. I left that out for the sake of brevity, but we will support at least 2 or 3 versions at a time.
Jun
26
revised Should I force users to update an application?
edited tags
Jun
26
asked Should I force users to update an application?
Apr
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comment How do you cope with ugly code that you wrote?
+1 for the answer and the user name.
Mar
21
comment Web developer to software engineer
That's the real thing you need to look for. Find a problem you have that you can solve. If you're solving a problem you personally have, you will have the motivation to make it perfect, where as if you were just taking our suggestions you would just get it done. Having one very polished professional project says much more than having a bunch of projects that work but are essentially throw-away projects.
Mar
19
awarded  Teacher
Mar
11
comment Which design pattern is illustrated by inheriting IStructuralComparable interface?
It means to say something other people might not agree with. It's "risky" to say it like going out on a limb of a tree is risky. At least, that's how I use it.
Feb
3
accepted Should “tags” be an nvarchar field in a table, or should it be another table altogether?
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11
awarded  Supporter