Reputation
2,979
Top tag
Next privilege 3,000 Rep.
Cast close & reopen votes
Badges
3 16 30
Impact
~389k people reached

Apr
11
awarded  Notable Question
Mar
17
comment What are the differences between server-side and client-side programming?
Yeah, but that's not really the most important point, the server is there to server, and the client is there to receive. Some logic is best done on the client (like a shopping cart, you don't let the supermarket keep track of your shopping cart at all time, do you?), and some is best done on the server (getting information from database)
Mar
2
comment Why is Global State so Evil?
@annoying_squid Please read the first sentence of the question :)
Dec
3
awarded  Revival
Oct
8
awarded  Altruist
Oct
7
awarded  Yearling
Sep
30
awarded  Investor
Sep
7
awarded  Revival
Sep
7
answered Preserving data in js with multipage application
Sep
7
answered Javascript callback design: is it OK to have side effects?
Sep
7
answered is this a valid javascript design pattern when many instances are required?
Jun
16
comment Are Microsoft fonts like Impact safe to use in Open Source projects?
I want to bundle the font to avoid the implicit dependency.
Jun
16
comment Are Microsoft fonts like Impact safe to use in Open Source projects?
The open source project in question is that of a meme generator.
Jun
16
comment Are Microsoft fonts like Impact safe to use in Open Source projects?
@MichaelT I know that there a fonts out there with an explicitly permissive licence, but Impact is the one used in this specific use-case (meme generation). I guess I'll have to look for lookalikes. Could you post that as an answer?
Jun
16
asked Are Microsoft fonts like Impact safe to use in Open Source projects?
Jan
12
answered Is there any value in writing a unit test that is a subset of another test?
Jan
12
awarded  Custodian
Jan
12
reviewed Approve What are the differences between server-side and client-side programming?
Oct
27
answered Something like “tracking” for local branches in git?
Oct
26
answered Why static members can't be abstract and don't implement polymorphism?