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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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answered Inheritance or Composition?
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answered How to unit test correct implementation of an interface is used?
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asked How to unit test correct implementation of an interface is used?
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answered What to use instead of IDs in selectors in CSS
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answered Why is Win32 API's WM_MOVE being called while dragging the window?
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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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answered Visitor Pattern still useful in languages supporting class extensions?
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answered Does boostrapping limit the achievable speed of the new compiler?
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answered How to simulate a REST API?
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answered How to elegantly work with a lot of print functions?
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answered Are there any programming languages that follow a minimalist development approach?
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answered what will EcmaScript 6 bring to the table for us
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