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Bobince is my spirit animal.


"Every programmer is developing in [a] group of programmers. The smallest group is yourself, and [your future self]." - Michael Suodenjoki

"I'm pragmatic, not dogmatic." - Jon Skeet


Some projects I am currently working on:

  • Codicle <src> - Open source website that teaches you how to program, through structured lesson plans and interactive video-like courses. Features in-browser Java/PHP/Python/Ruby/C/C++ compilation/interpretation.
  • Oqto - Automated Build System built on top of Node.JS
  • SKiD - Structurally Kinetic Development is a web-based IDE that allows the user to visualize edit code using graphs, visually mapping calls between methods in real time (as you're typing code). SKiD provides a platform on which developers and teams can tailor their IDE to their workflow for free and in the cloud. SKiD is completely open source - both front and back end.
  • Rippl - A Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) using a flow-chart approach rather than a linear workflow (and much more).

Aug
26
comment Term for 24-bits
This isn't opinion based. This question is asking whether or not there is a term for it. How is that an opinion?
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
24
awarded  Yearling
Jun
21
revised Where does `this` go in a x64 thiscall?
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Jun
21
asked Where does `this` go in a x64 thiscall?
Jun
4
comment Which one of these answers regarding functions is incorrect?
I agree with the D bit, but I was reading c as functions that have already been positively marked for inlining, versus the inline keyword itself. I understand inline is a hint.
Apr
24
comment Which one of these answers regarding functions is incorrect?
@ThomasEding That's still really bad wording on their part. You don't return void;, but instead return;.
Apr
20
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
20
accepted Which one of these answers regarding functions is incorrect?
Apr
18
comment Which one of these answers regarding functions is incorrect?
@immibis True, but the question doesn't really clarify (at least to me it didn't).
Apr
18
comment Which one of these answers regarding functions is incorrect?
You're correct, but I was thinking about it in the sense of 'okay, the compiler has determined it does want to inline a function' rather than the inline hint.
Apr
18
comment Which one of these answers regarding functions is incorrect?
@Ӎσᶎ If only there was a text box. I want to go back and hit the "Report an issue with this question".
Apr
18
revised Which one of these answers regarding functions is incorrect?
added 6 characters in body
Apr
18
comment Which one of these answers regarding functions is incorrect?
Right; D is like asking if you can call an int. Sure, if you cast it to a pointer and that pointer refers to a function...
Apr
17
asked Which one of these answers regarding functions is incorrect?
Sep
16
comment Are mutexes assigned to specific regions of memory?
@Brandon - After reading Mason's answer and then your comment again, it all makes sense.
Sep
16
comment Are mutexes assigned to specific regions of memory?
A mutex is not a specific memory region; it's a signal, as well as the second paragraph, made everything clear. Thanks for the explanation!
Sep
16
accepted Are mutexes assigned to specific regions of memory?
Sep
16
asked Are mutexes assigned to specific regions of memory?
Apr
11
awarded  Popular Question