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I've recently completed my MSc Computer Science from a UK institution, and have moved back to the US to begin work. I write in my spare time, enjoy cooking, and apparently am addicted to signing up for SE sites :).


Jul
20
accepted How to port this architecture to .net?
Jul
19
comment How to port this architecture to .net?
Can I do this with the built-in unit testing tools?
Jul
19
comment How to port this architecture to .net?
@Oded Do you want to make an answer with some frameworks that support this? I did look briefly into the idea of using unit tests to accomplish this but I wasn't sure I could segregate them in this manner, it's definitely work looking into.
Jul
19
comment How to port this architecture to .net?
@Euphoric Yes. This isn't normal software; again, if I explained what we were making the workflow would make sense, but I don't feel comfortable getting into too much detail (I'm probably being silly about it, but better safe than sorry when corporations are involved)
Jul
19
comment How to port this architecture to .net?
@Oded We'd like to be able to unit test other parts of the code, and we don't want all the software functions to run in their entirety during a build because many of them won't work on the build server. Can we segregate unit tests so that some of them are required for a build to be acceptable and some of them don't fire during the build sequence?
Jul
19
asked How to port this architecture to .net?
Jun
25
answered Reasons to Use a VM For Development
Jun
14
comment Should I tell a departed coworker about their “sev 1” defect?
@daramarak You sleep? I just enter a subconscious coding state. ;)
Jun
12
answered Should I tell a departed coworker about their “sev 1” defect?
May
15
answered Linking in code comments (to other unique anchors/comments)
Apr
25
answered Is it a bad practice to use GUI designer tools with code generation for application programming in Java/C++?
Apr
12
comment Why is it called a 'Here Document'?
Aha! That's the kind of trivia I was looking for :D Thanks!
Apr
12
accepted Why is it called a 'Here Document'?
Apr
12
comment Why is it called a 'Here Document'?
Sure, but I wouldn't call a picture a 'document', even if it fulfills some of the technical requirements outlined in Wikipedia
Apr
12
comment Why is it called a 'Here Document'?
Huh. Maybe it's a regional linguistics thing: I usually see "document" used as "The kind of file you'd make in Word" and "file" or "data" for more generic uses. The term "Heredata" would make more sense to me >.>
Apr
11
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
11
awarded  Commentator
Apr
11
comment Why is it called a 'Here Document'?
Since when is a prettily formatted string a "document" necessarily? The one implies data connotation that a heredoc doesn't necessarily have. +1 for making me smile though :)
Apr
11
asked Why is it called a 'Here Document'?
Mar
21
answered I'm a student learning C++ and I've recently found out about Ruby. Would learning (some of) Ruby help me with C++ or would it just confuse me?