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Garbage-collecting duck-typer. Test-infected. Hopefully he is not alone who would like UNIX rewritten with GC memory and closure support in system, kernel API in Javascript, (Python, Ruby, Smalltalk), and C layer deprecated and emulated on top of the former.

I use Windows on workstation and FreeBSD on server.

Recently dipped myself into the mobile app world.


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revised Why is Win32 API's WM_MOVE being called while dragging the window?
Question is not about C++, the WM_MSGNAME constants are used in other SDKs for Windows development as well
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answered Why is Win32 API's WM_MOVE being called while dragging the window?
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awarded  Yearling
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answered Optimistic & Pessimistic Programming - Ensuring multiple tasks are called only once for specific record
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answered How do I explain a ruby method with a real-world analogy?
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answered How do you get developers to want to write good code they can be proud of?
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answered Mapping 40 unique integers to 41 and back
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awarded  Citizen Patrol
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comment Visitor Pattern still useful in languages supporting class extensions?
GoF book says nothing about traversal. The fact is, most uses of Visitor pattern are traversals (including my example of Pharo's AST-Core).
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revised Visitor Pattern still useful in languages supporting class extensions?
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answered Visitor Pattern still useful in languages supporting class extensions?
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revised How to simulate a REST API?
typo
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revised How to simulate a REST API?
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answered Does boostrapping limit the achievable speed of the new compiler?
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comment Does boostrapping limit the achievable speed of the new compiler?
Assembler is not as low as you can get. Machine code is lower. ;-)
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answered How to simulate a REST API?
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comment I failed FizzBuzz, would you hire me?
In my opinion, you failed it epically by not including the && correctly. The == 0 is an unimportant detail. This code gives the impression you are a cowboy.