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Stack Exchange employee - developer on the Q&A team - you can contact email me on ocoster (at) stackoverflow.com

I am a C# ASP.NET developer, with a long professional history of work with web and Microsoft technologies.

I am passionate about writing usable and secure software and am constantly learning.

Blog at http://OdedCoster.com/blog.

I have written a blog series about getting good answers on StackOverflow.

CV at http://careers.StackOverflow.com/Oded.


Jul
22
comment Word for author, of an add, edit, or delete?
This looks like it belongs on English Language & Usage rather than here.
Jul
15
revised What diagram would be the best to describe the situation
deleted 7 characters in body
Jul
11
comment In Asp.net, how browser knows a textbox is registered with server side TextChanged event?
Use the developer tools of the browser. Of course you can see the JS, given that the browser needs to see it.
Jul
11
answered In Asp.net, how browser knows a textbox is registered with server side TextChanged event?
Jul
11
comment Why not apply Interface Segregation Principle to “extreme”
The only rule is - "Is this a useful abstraction"? Does it make things clearer? If it doesn't. Well.
Jun
29
comment confusion on using nodejs within an actual web application or ide
@Ciel - I am afraid I can't help with your update 2, not being a node developer. It would appear that the library you are using (Q.js) has some assumptions and dependencies - perhaps the project page details them, or you can look for these by name.
Jun
28
comment confusion on using nodejs within an actual web application or ide
Regarding your update - in short, you don't invoke node from the command line from your application. You have it already running in its own process (as a server) and have your application communicate with that.
Jun
28
answered confusion on using nodejs within an actual web application or ide
Jun
27
comment Is it ok to start with templates in MVC development?
@Smith - start with whatever you are comfortable with. I don't really have strong opinions one way or another.
Jun
27
answered Is it ok to start with templates in MVC development?
Jun
25
awarded  Good Answer
Jun
25
awarded  Great Answer
Jun
25
comment Approach to cover all the cases in Unit Tests
Everything? If your function takes in an int, do you think you need to test for all possible values of int?
Jun
24
comment What does it mean when code “runs on” the .NET CLR?
The R stands for Runtime. It is a Virtual Machine that executes .NET code. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common_Language_Runtime
Jun
23
awarded  Good Answer
Jun
23
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
23
comment Is there a benefit in compiling your code as you go along?
@Downvoter - care to comment?
Jun
23
comment Is there a benefit in compiling your code as you go along?
@CaptainCodeman - I'd say that there are some compile errors that would require you to dig through quite a lot of code. This is more true for larger codebases and larger change sets.
Jun
23
answered Is there a benefit in compiling your code as you go along?
Jun
23
awarded  Convention