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Former applied math grad student, current automated GUI tester.


Nov
11
asked Are “Compile to JavaScript” Frameworks Hostile to Continuous Integration?
Sep
25
answered Casual projects on Github omit error checking, logging, etc., for the sake of clarity?
Sep
16
awarded  Yearling
Aug
22
awarded  Good Question
Aug
21
comment Looking for companies with strong R&D departments, specifically for A.I., but I can't seem to find many. Are there only a handful?
I just read an article suggesting that large companies are fairly poor at R&D, and that it usually gets "outsourced" to start-up communities. The strongest start-ups then get acquired by big corps.
Aug
18
accepted Are Frequent Complicated Merge Conflicts A Sign of Problems?
Aug
16
comment Are Frequent Complicated Merge Conflicts A Sign of Problems?
The fact our codebase is somewhat "young" (approx 6 months old, gone through several major refactors) could be an indicator of this.
Aug
16
awarded  Nice Question
Aug
16
revised Are Frequent Complicated Merge Conflicts A Sign of Problems?
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Aug
16
comment Are Frequent Complicated Merge Conflicts A Sign of Problems?
@MichaelT The code base is for our automated test code base. We're about to start work on a new addition to our project which will likely need some parallel development for a bit. Hence the discussion of feature-branches vs others.
Aug
16
comment Are Frequent Complicated Merge Conflicts A Sign of Problems?
Great description of a good Git workflow, but this doesn't quite answer my question.
Aug
16
asked Are Frequent Complicated Merge Conflicts A Sign of Problems?
Jul
29
asked What Are Good Approaches to Promoting Git To A Team With Various VCS Experience
Jul
17
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jul
11
comment 65.000.000.000 tests to run
I'm guessing this isn't from an open source project. If it were... :)
Jul
1
awarded  Enlightened
Jun
25
awarded  Informed
May
24
asked How can a non-developer help promote/develop unit tests?
May
17
awarded  Good Answer
May
16
awarded  Nice Answer