Reputation
311
Top tag
Next privilege 500 Rep.
Access review queues
Badges
2 6
Newest
 Yearling
Impact
~6k people reached

  • 0 posts edited
  • 0 helpful flags
  • 5 votes cast
Nov
11
awarded  Yearling
Dec
1
comment When am I ready to start using Jquery for Javascript?
@Cornucopia, +1 for being a model SO user.
Dec
1
comment When am I ready to start using Jquery for Javascript?
I still think that for a rounded education, you should appreciate the difference between "native" JS and what's provided by jQuery. Still too many people think that $ is a reserved word in JS.
Dec
1
comment When am I ready to start using Jquery for Javascript?
@webbiedave If only that were true. There'd be a lot less noise on SO.
Nov
30
comment What would you do if your client required you not to use object-oriented programming?
@DonalFellows Absolutely, it's a good point that the two are not at all mutually exclusive. Python (because the question was originally tagged Python) is imperative, object oriented, and functional, depending where you stand when you look at it. And elsewhere on this page someone mentions OCaml, which is OO and functional.
Nov
29
awarded  Mortarboard
Nov
29
awarded  Good Answer
Nov
29
awarded  Critic
Nov
29
awarded  Nice Answer
Nov
29
answered What would you do if your client required you not to use object-oriented programming?
Nov
29
awarded  Supporter
Nov
24
comment Why can we delete some built-in properties of global object?
It's a bad idea to modify third-party libraries because then you can't upgrade them without copying over all your changes.
Nov
24
awarded  Teacher
Nov
24
comment Why can we delete some built-in properties of global object?
Because the next thing that happens is JSON2.js gets loaded, which detects the presence of JSON.stringify and injects it if necessary. Apologies, I didn't explain that in my answer.
Nov
23
answered Why can we delete some built-in properties of global object?
Nov
11
awarded  Autobiographer