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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.
Nov
9
comment Should I use a parser generator or should I roll my own custom lexer and parser code?
Yeah, good point.
Nov
9
comment Should I use a parser generator or should I roll my own custom lexer and parser code?
It's a interesting argument to roll a custom solution.
Nov
9
comment Should I use a parser generator or should I roll my own custom lexer and parser code?
I'm barely convinced the first experiments should be with a parser generator. You gave me some advantages to swap to a custom solution. I'm not deciding nothing yet, but it's a useful answer to help me.
Nov
9
comment Should I use a parser generator or should I roll my own custom lexer and parser code?
I agree with first try parser generators and then try a custom solution, but what specific (dis)advantages? This is almost a general advice.
Nov
9
comment Should I use a parser generator or should I roll my own custom lexer and parser code?
IMO this is not a good opinion about this question. This is just a general advice not suitable to specific case. I start to suspect that the area51.stackexchange.com/proposals/7848 proposal was closed prematurely.
Nov
8
comment What's the web framework to use on a front-end web application?
@Matt: It's a thing to be studied but the back-end is already done.
Nov
8
comment What's the web framework to use on a front-end web application?
@karianna: Basically yes, but a good solution is always welcome.
Nov
7
comment What are some famous one-liner or two-liner programs and equations?
@Macneil:I think the same, but the question is poor, it can be improved.
Nov
6
comment What are some famous one-liner or two-liner programs and equations?
I suspect this question will be closed. Try improve it to be more constructive. See: blog.stackoverflow.com/2010/09/good-subjective-bad-subjective
Oct
18
comment Commented short fancy code vs. uncommented longer easy-to-understand code - which is preferred?
@gablin: Your edit compromises the current answers.
Oct
14
comment Freedom of Speech vs. Computer Security
This question could be edited to meets the 6 guidelines and could be reopen.
Oct
10
comment Frankly, do you prefer Cowboy coding?
@n1ck: Thanks. Some people just jump in the answers without understand the question. It's too late now, change it would invalidate some answers. Unfortunately some user didn't get the question. You got it.
Oct
10
comment What non-programming books should a programmer read to help develop programming/thinking skills?
@stakx: Exactly. Did you read the question? None books here is about software. It's good reading to help us to write better software. If a reader can't understand how it applies to software development...
Oct
6
comment Dynamically vs Statically typed languages studies
@Winston: Studying this kind of issues it's the job of computer scientists, not programmers.
Oct
6
comment Dynamically vs Statically typed languages studies
@gablin: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Type_system
Oct
6
comment Dynamically vs Statically typed languages studies
@Winston: Try cstheory.stackexchange.com