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Nov
30
comment How do Text User Interfaces (TUI) work?
Try ui.stackexchange.com
Nov
30
comment Understanding Microsoft SQL certifications
Please use caps. This is hard to read.
Nov
29
comment Which useful alternative control structures do you know?
@CodexArcanum: Well, Pattern Matching is a construct very similar to imperative constructs. Indeed, Pattern Matching itself is an alternative to imperative control structures. Don't be shy ;-)
Nov
28
comment Which useful alternative control structures do you know?
@missingfaktor: Because control structures is about imperative programming. Sure, some problems can be solved with functional approach or another way but other paradigms doesn't put control structures on center of development. But anyway you can be creative.
Nov
25
comment Which programming languages doesn't use operator precedence besides Lisp like languages?
@Macneil: It's objective and can be ask on Stackoverflow.
Nov
23
comment Will high reputation in Stack Overflow help to get a good job?
@Tim Post: Great!
Nov
23
comment Will high reputation in Stack Overflow help to get a good job?
@Josh K: Not constructive questions usually get multiple answers and votes. It's exactly what we want avoid here. For me this question turn's on a forum thread. See meta.programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/544/…. Click on all "show more comments", see whole page and ask to yourself if this is a question or a forum thread.
Nov
22
comment Courses for project management
I will delete as spam :-)
Nov
20
comment Have you ever hated a framework/programming language/platform but you eventually became curious in learning?
It seems to be a GTKY question.
Nov
20
comment What would you change about C# if you could?
@Evan: eliminate Null by default, you still can use null.
Nov
16
comment Does your company donate financially to open source projects? Why not?
ROI on sub-optimal solution can be lower. Spend some bucks to improve a project can be profitable.
Nov
16
comment Why do people say that VB gives you bad programming habits?
Related: programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/7747/…
Nov
9
comment Is Clang/LLVM ready for prime time?
Thanks. My concern is about the future of project. I will start as an experiment but I wish to do more than that soon.
Nov
9
comment Is Clang/LLVM ready for prime time?
@Klaim: I'm not saying about Clang per se, but the whole ecosystem. I tried some things on Win7 whiteout problems, but just the compiler on cli.
Nov
9
comment Should I use a parser generator or should I roll my own custom lexer and parser code?
It's my first work on compilers, I learning/experimenting and it's my intent to maintain it for long long time.
Nov
9
comment How do you rate Hosting?
I don't know if this question is on-topic. I will wait more opinions on meta.programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/524/…
Nov
9
comment Is Clang/LLVM ready for prime time?
I see the same problem, Clang is too tied to MacOS/BSD yet.
Nov
9
comment Is Clang/LLVM ready for prime time?
Just to complementation, it's not a professional project... yet, it's almost a 20% work-time project.
Nov
9
comment Should I use a parser generator or should I roll my own custom lexer and parser code?
Good suggestion and a very useful link.
Nov
9
comment Should I use a parser generator or should I roll my own custom lexer and parser code?
It's a great alternative to thinking.