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bio website ankit-gupta.com
location Vancouver, Canada
age 25
visits member for 2 years, 7 months
seen Nov 7 '13 at 23:54

twitter: @AnkitGupta_89

Software Developer and Research Assistant at SIAT, Simon Fraser University.

Interests: Visual Analytics, Information Visualization and HCI

And some open-source work at Github


Jul
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awarded  Yearling
Nov
7
comment MVC: View-Controller Interaction
I think you misunderstood. My front-end was in Java. I do not have a web interface. So, no HTML or javascript.
Jun
26
awarded  Notable Question
Feb
25
awarded  Constituent
Feb
25
awarded  Caucus
Feb
13
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Nov
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awarded  Autobiographer
Oct
25
awarded  Popular Question
May
11
asked Persistent Storage format for (update+read)-intensive data
Apr
30
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
29
revised Understanding already existing complex code base
added additional information to make the context clearer
Apr
29
comment Understanding already existing complex code base
It might be small as far as industry projects are considered. But for me, this is the biggest I have worked on yet
Apr
29
comment Understanding already existing complex code base
Its actually a research project in a department at my university. So, the guys who wrote it earlier were students. Now, the code is written in a fashion so as to just work somehow. The documentation is there but there are gaps and I would say that it is not of best quality
Apr
29
asked Understanding already existing complex code base
Apr
29
comment MVC: View-Controller Interaction
lol :D you know that Java and Javascript are different languages right?
Apr
28
awarded  Scholar
Apr
28
accepted MVC: View-Controller Interaction
Apr
28
asked MVC: View-Controller Interaction
Apr
27
revised MVC, Java Design Pratices, and Flaws of java.util.Observable and java.util.Observer
added 50 characters in body
Apr
27
comment MVC, Java Design Pratices, and Flaws of java.util.Observable and java.util.Observer
@vitalik I did not think of that variation when writing, but now as you mentioned it, it would be nice to know what is the industry-standard for both :). Thanks for pointing that out.