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Hello there! My name's Jordan Earls and I'm a programmer. Recently, I've been doing almost exclusively work in .Net with C#, a bit of raw IL, and in some cases a hefty serving of code generating T4(it's the meta-future!). Sometimes I do a bit of embedded/electronic work with C and C++(http://mbed.org rocks, btw). And finally, I have at least some competence in Ruby, Delphi, and Javascript.

I currently work for PreEmptive Solutions on the Dotfuscator team and troll the dotfuscator tag on occasion.

Most of my personal projects are open source and BSD licensed. The majority of them are at bitbucket with the rest of them being listed on github

Also, you can follow me on the twitters @earlzdotnet


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comment How to make creating viewmodels at runtime less painful
/definetely not a solution to your problem, but I would very much hope you're not using such long variables names in such small scope contexts
Mar
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comment Open source licenses (specifically GPL) & gamemaker's source format
@MichaelT I wouldn't quite believe that. After all, most artwork(images, logos etc) are "computer generated" with a human to guide, but they are clearly capable of being copyrighted. I'm not a lawyer, but I'd believe it's capable of being open sourced(even if it requires proprietary software to make use of). I'd just include a license.txt file or some such that has the license in it
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asked Is it safe to assume that one controller will only ever use one primary model?
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answered Licensing approach for .NET library that might be used desktop / web-service / cloud environment
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comment CCtalk is it still a modern protocol or is it outdated?
Probably a better fit for electronics.stackexchange.com
Feb
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comment Should I create a new open project to replace an existing one?
@ahjmorton well, it depends on how bad the existing solution sucks and how much time you have to get a new solution to a similar state of "working" then. No one can answer this for you
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answered Should I create a new open project to replace an existing one?
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comment How do you code without offending?
+1 for coming back with your update about what you did. Heh, sometimes leaving is the only way after you've tried everything else
Feb
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answered Cheap programmable, portable device
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Feb
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answered Always pull out common cases and branch separately?
Feb
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comment What is the principle of least astonishment?
@ClementHerreman it's linked in already (hilarious video, btw)
Feb
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comment What is the principle of least astonishment?
@YannisRizos I just removed that link. I was just trying to get a small laugh in :)
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