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bio website github.com/k0pernikus
location Hamburg, Germany
age 26
visits member for 2 years, 8 months
seen May 16 at 21:56

I am a web developper from Hamburg.

My main weapons of choice are PHP, JavaScript, and sometimes Java and recently some python. I feel most comfortable on a unix-like system featuring a powerful bash. I love to code via PhpStorm / IntelliJ IDEA. Some jobs are still best done in vim though.

My hobbies include programming (duh), hacking, science, listening to music, gaming and other rather mundane activities. Such as being an active member of the German Pirate Party.


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awarded  Autobiographer
May
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awarded  Critic
May
15
comment Is commented out code really always bad?
Downvote. I would argue that kamikaze refactoring is in itself a bad idea. Commented code is not your solution, tests are. I could agree that whilst developping you have a few lines of commented code that show you what was done before that should not be comitted, though.
Apr
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awarded  Scholar
Apr
8
accepted How to infer my Assumptions I based my time estimate on?
Feb
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awarded  Student
Feb
2
comment How to respond when you are asked for an estimate?
I asked a follow up question concerning your 3rd point. programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/132970/…
Feb
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asked How to infer my Assumptions I based my time estimate on?
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awarded  Supporter
Nov
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revised What is abstraction?
it's and its. conistent wording
Nov
29
suggested suggested edit on What is abstraction?
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22
awarded  Excavator
Nov
22
revised How can I stay focused and motivated on a project?
corrected grammar, highlighted examples
Nov
22
suggested suggested edit on How can I stay focused and motivated on a project?
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17
awarded  Editor
Nov
17
revised Is it good practice to use functions just to centralize common code?
corrected spelling, grammar, minor changes in sentence structure
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17
suggested suggested edit on Is it good practice to use functions just to centralize common code?