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bio website andrew.yurisich.com
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I decided to backpack around the West Coast instead of going to a state university. Fortunately, I discovered a love of computers before I picked my major...I'm a late bloomer.


Feb
23
awarded  Famous Question
Feb
23
awarded  Good Question
Feb
23
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
18
awarded  Caucus
Feb
10
asked Committing https certificates to Github…is there ever a good reason for this?
Dec
13
comment What is meant by 4 GL?
I personally go with "high level languages", and have reliably spotted PHB types from their use of the term "4GL" in conversation.
Dec
7
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
7
comment What should I learn after Python?
While filled with generalizations, they are generalizations that I can get behind.
Nov
29
comment Did a bunch of wrong work, should I keep it?
This is exactly what I ended up doing as I thought about it.
Nov
29
accepted Did a bunch of wrong work, should I keep it?
Nov
28
comment Did a bunch of wrong work, should I keep it?
Read Micheal's answer. He added something of value that I wouldn't have considered otherwise.
Nov
28
comment About to graduate from good school without any progamming skills
rodrigoalvesvieira.com/copy-unix
Nov
28
asked Did a bunch of wrong work, should I keep it?
Nov
17
awarded  Yearling
Aug
2
revised Why can't the IT industry deliver large, faultless projects quickly as in other industries?
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Jul
31
revised Why can't the IT industry deliver large, faultless projects quickly as in other industries?
added 7 characters in body
Jul
31
answered Why can't the IT industry deliver large, faultless projects quickly as in other industries?
Jul
31
comment Why can't the IT industry deliver large, faultless projects quickly as in other industries?
I agree. Large programs can be delivered flawlessly and on schedule, because they've been done a hundred times over 3 decades. For instance, a text editor.
Apr
14
accepted Generalize, or Fix The Problem?
Apr
14
comment Generalize, or Fix The Problem?
Im glad you noticed the lack of details, but answered anyway. Ill try to remeber to break off 'one fix' code from any sections that 'could go anywhere', and do both when the time calls.