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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?
Mar
2
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Feb
27
answered Is the “Objects First” approach a good idea?
Feb
3
comment How could I make automatic tests for GUI?
@Gangnus My coworker informs me that even the emulator makes life difficult for debugging the GUI unless you have something designed for it, since it's a whole extra layer to deal with. As for modelling the tests, we use a tool to create flowcharts outlining the path through the program; our tool I think is made in-house, but it has the ability to generate lists of all possible traversals of the flowchart (which become our test scripts), which sounds like a feature you ought to be able to find easily enough or do yourself
Feb
3
comment How could I make automatic tests for GUI?
@Gangnus Drat, I was hoping at least one would. I'm not familiar with Android-specific development, unfortunately
Feb
3
answered How could I make automatic tests for GUI?
Jan
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awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
25
awarded  Critic
Jan
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awarded  Teacher
Jan
20
answered Should I intentionally break the build when a bug is found in production?
Dec
7
awarded  Scholar
Dec
7
accepted Should I develop a product with minimal use so I can say I developed it?
Dec
7
comment Should I develop a product with minimal use so I can say I developed it?
I plan to do this project regardless; I'm making software that I need and can't find a good version of. But I do plan to look for some projects I can join onto later, once this is done.
Dec
7
awarded  Student
Dec
7
revised Should I develop a product with minimal use so I can say I developed it?
Rephrasing things so people stop assuming I'm going to be crappy
Dec
7
comment Should I develop a product with minimal use so I can say I developed it?
@ThorbjørnRavnAndersen I plan to use this software myself, quite often. I don't understand how I gave the impression that I'd be slapping something together roughshod and throwing it out there, but that's not my intention in the least.
Dec
7
comment Should I develop a product with minimal use so I can say I developed it?
@ThorbjørnRavnAndersen Well if I'm releasing it, it'll WORK perfectly fine. The question is why on earth you'd WANT something like that. It's an application much more suited to a PC than a tablet or smartphone.
Dec
7
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