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Software Engineer with a background in Computer Science and Training Simulation from the University of Central Florida. Most of my experience has been in multi-tier web applications, but I have also participated in R&D of Augmented Reality technology and other various software projects. I really enjoy helping people, and I'm very eager to contribute back to the Stack Exchange community, from whom I have learned so much.


Mar
22
comment how should I design Objects around this business requirement?
@brainydexter See my edit.
Mar
22
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Mar
22
comment how should I design Objects around this business requirement?
@brainydexter You can use Java's instanceOf() to know an Object's type at runtime. However, you should try to design it so it doesn't matter what type of object it is. This can be achieved by effectively overriding methods.
Mar
22
answered how should I design Objects around this business requirement?
Mar
21
answered How to store a list of Objects that might change in future?
Mar
21
revised Should I use a unit testing framework to validate XML documents?
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21
answered Should I use a unit testing framework to validate XML documents?
Mar
20
revised interpreted languages vs compiled languages (from deployment point of view)
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Mar
20
comment interpreted languages vs compiled languages (from deployment point of view)
ASP.NET is kind of a mixture of compiled and interpreted. It uses "just-in-time compiling". Read more here. But yes, you do have to compile and deploy ASP.NET applications.
Mar
20
answered interpreted languages vs compiled languages (from deployment point of view)
Mar
19
revised How do I improve my ability to manipulate code quickly, not wpm?
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19
answered How do I improve my ability to manipulate code quickly, not wpm?
Mar
19
comment Who are the outspoken critics of Object-Oriented design?
@DeadMG good point. I don't know what he's getting at in that section either. An object may have to import the class of another object to use it, but it doesn't have to inherit the class. Maybe he means something different by "inherit" than what we're thinking.
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Mar
19
answered Who are the outspoken critics of Object-Oriented design?
Mar
19
comment What is the best approach for database design with lots of columns?
Yes, data warehousing is a design concept, not a product like MySQL. There are many good white papers available online and there are books available on the specific subject of dimensional data warehousing with MySQL
Mar
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answered What is the best approach for database design with lots of columns?
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revised Extra class for writing data to some backend?
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