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bio website adamharte.com
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I am interactive developer based in New Zealand. I mainly work on the Flash platform, but also use Processing, WPF and just started with Java and Ruby.


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accepted As a programmer, what would you use a personal Wiki for?
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comment Porting library, what to do with JavaDoc comments/credits
I would be very interested in hearing your answer on this topic @ThePopMachine
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comment Porting library, what to do with JavaDoc comments/credits
Other languages use JavaDocs too btw. ActionScript for example. I think you can assume I have checked that I have permission to port the library. I am really looking for best-practice.
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asked Porting library, what to do with JavaDoc comments/credits
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comment Package name best practice when porting a library
So you are saying I should change the library package to my own package name if I port something?
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comment Can I use Ruby to automate everything?
You should know that the position of answers on StackExchange sites can not be relied on, because answers of the same amount of votes are put in a random order. So you should not say things like "I agree with all answers above"
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asked Package name best practice when porting a library
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comment Is developing games the best way to learn programming?
@Mohmoud The story is NEVER "all that matters". This is just as big a mistake as having a bad/missing story. There are many aspects that go into making a good game. I don't want to play a boring game, no matter how great the story is. Also most successful puzzle games don't have a story.
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comment Is developing games the best way to learn programming?
This assumes it's a 3D game.
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comment When do you not give help to less experienced programmers?
But remember, it is your client that is paying for your time! Would they be happy with you spending a day researching a solution, that could have been solved in 15 minutes by asking a senior developer?
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