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Java programmer, theoretical computer science enthusiast

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Feb
18
answered Should object oriented programming be the first thing students learn?
Feb
18
awarded  Caucus
Jan
1
accepted Designing persistence schema for BigTable on AppEngine
Nov
10
answered Programming C++ using Qt4
Nov
9
comment Model-View-Controller (MVC) Which component handles save/load operations?
@YannisRizos sorry, that was a silly mistake! :) However I was a spammer, I would not have 500 reputation here and 750 on StackOverflow, would I?
Nov
8
comment Model-View-Controller (MVC) Which component handles save/load operations?
The model will usually implement a Multitier Architecture and the lowest tier will write to database.
Nov
7
asked Designing persistence schema for BigTable on AppEngine
Sep
16
awarded  Yearling
Aug
5
accepted Web services and business rules engines
Aug
4
comment Industries and types of projects avoiding OO
@stijn is it possibile? How?
Aug
4
comment Web services and business rules engines
@Chris well there is not much business logic now, the webservice just stores the messages and displays aggregated information about them (so maybe some Data Warehouse technology could be used). But as a future product, the possibility to introduce configurable business logic could be a plus.
Aug
4
comment Web services and business rules engines
This is a good solution if you plan to implement your own business rule engine. In our case we would like to use an existing one and just configure it.
Aug
4
revised Web services and business rules engines
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Aug
4
asked Web services and business rules engines
Jun
21
comment Books or help on OO Analysis
Related questions on StackOverflow: stackoverflow.com/questions/5882875/books-about-design-pattern stackoverflow.com/questions/5730345/… stackoverflow.com/questions/574001/… stackoverflow.com/questions/4400538/… stackoverflow.com/questions/629239/…
Jun
19
comment Is there a difference between “self-plagiarizing” in programming vs doing so as a writer?
Even in other fields self-plagiarizing is not so bed. Some very good books were grown from series of articles or conference papers of the author that have already been published.
Jun
17
answered Structuring database for multi-object “activity” and “following” functionalities
Jun
11
comment Is it common for a programmer not to know the difference between C and C++?
What universities are you talking about? "Arcane" languages? I had to learn assembly for MIPS at the university of Rome...
Jun
3
comment Programming languages, positional languages and natural languages
@TikhonJelvis you mean that for a programming language being able to express mathematical structures and concepts is considered more important than being similar to natural languages?
May
27
comment Programming Language most relevant to the Financial sector?
+1 This seems the more complete answer. Am I wrong or you didn't mention any functional language?