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I am a software development engineer in test who loves to cook, sketch, and code.


Jan
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awarded  Yearling
Jan
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awarded  Yearling
Jul
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answered Writing selenium tests, should I just get it done or get it right?
Apr
13
answered What's the difference between recursion and corecursion?
Feb
12
answered How to add personal android projects to my CV to get into Android job market
Feb
12
answered What language does Introduction to Algorithms by Cormen use?
Jan
18
comment Easiest way to create static HTML file with sortable and filterable table?
Certainly it is as you say but the question here was "What is the easiest to use library or package I can use to get this off the ground". So was the answer.
Jan
17
answered Easiest way to create static HTML file with sortable and filterable table?
Jan
16
answered Can I use the database structure of an open source project?
Jan
12
answered Automatic sorting of class/module members and its possible impact on productivity and code quality
Jan
9
comment Should I use acronyms when listing technical jargon on my résumé?
Above comment was seriously funny.
Jan
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awarded  Commentator
Jan
9
comment How can a programmer keep up with the hardware world?
@Joe Thanks that was helpful
Jan
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comment Are there any notable programmers that started late in life?
Jesus was carpenter. At age 30, he finally stopped doing carpentry and started performing miracles. If he can do it, so can you.
Jan
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answered Are there any notable programmers that started late in life?
Jan
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comment C vs C++ for a Java (and possibly python) Programmer
The point here was that C++ is definitely closer to Java than C. So to have a fresh perspective I recommended C. I agree C++ is very different from Java. If C++ would have been Java, Java wouldn't have been there.
Jan
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answered C vs C++ for a Java (and possibly python) Programmer
Jan
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awarded  Supporter
Jan
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comment As a programmer, what am I supposed to know like the back of my hand?
+1 for the competency matrix. Thanks for sharing.
Jan
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comment As a programmer, what am I supposed to know like the back of my hand?
@Lee Solving problems for application in real life can/will/may be different from doing them in interview. An interviewer would probably want you to solve a problem rather than simply answer it.