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Sep
3
comment Proper Response to HTTP Request When Too Much Data is Requested
can you give an example API that batches / paginates the results?
Sep
3
comment Proper Response to HTTP Request When Too Much Data is Requested
@gnat done. Thanks for the feedback
Sep
3
comment Proper Response to HTTP Request When Too Much Data is Requested
right, consulting the actual customer(s) is always a good idea. In the mean time I'd like to explore what solutions have worked for others.
Sep
3
comment Proper Response to HTTP Request When Too Much Data is Requested
@gnat would it be more appropriate to just ask what solutions others have successfully implemented?
Jan
9
comment How useful are IT headhunters/recruiters when looking for a new job?
here's a nice blog if you want to see things from the HR perspective: hrnasty.com
Nov
5
comment Programming with ADD/ADHD
Your 'opinion' belittles those who have to deal with the condition. Over-diagnosis is definitely an issue however because it takes legitimacy away from those who seriously need help. Much like how overblown accusations such as Jennifer Livingston's "bullying fiasco" takes attention away from people who need help like Amanda Todd. It's not like we who have ADD are asking for you to give us breaks, we just want recognition, which has routinely been given through science.
Nov
2
comment What are some good programming cheat sheets?
Link is broken or down
Oct
27
comment Why is the code section called a text section?
So what happens when you're using a functional language considering that the code is mutable / 1st class as well?
Feb
26
comment Is it possible to get formal recognition of self-taught knowledge?
I aim to get into college =|
Feb
26
comment Is it possible to get formal recognition of self-taught knowledge?
Are these certificates recognized by the people who look at my college applications? Where would I look to get these certificates?
Feb
26
comment Is it possible to get formal recognition of self-taught knowledge?
Yes, as soon as I've figured out how to make something and have designed it, the excitement just starts dying out. It's like once the hard part is over there's no point in finishing. =(
Feb
26
comment Is it possible to get formal recognition of self-taught knowledge?
@Adel : Mainly games and various "Homework Generators." =D Basically you'd give it some vocab that needs to be defined, and it'd spit out a formatted word document with definitions and example sentances. I love working on my Physics engine as well.
Feb
26
comment Is it possible to get formal recognition of self-taught knowledge?
I'm not discarding getting a degree. I stated that I wanted something to put on my college application to show that I'm not just another kid sitting around playing Video-Games all day.