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Feb
16
comment Why is DRY important?
@Bryan Copy & Paste. I.e. the opposite of "Don't Repeat Yourself".
Aug
26
comment Why is DRY important?
@smackfu Have you ever read thedailywtf.com?
Aug
24
comment Why is DRY important?
@ironcode - Exaggeration for effect. Anyway, even with only 3 or 4, DRY would still be easier don't you think?
Aug
24
comment Why is DRY important?
@Robert I would hope not! I picked a very simple task to try to better illustrate the concept and why it can be a good thing.
Feb
9
comment What are the best strategies for selling Android apps?
I would try that, but I don't have a Mac.
Feb
8
comment What are some good practices before checking in source code?
@Imran: Not just developers. That's part of Gmail labs, meaning anyone who wants to can enable that.
Feb
2
comment How should I pronounce the :: and -> in PHP?
stackoverflow.com/questions/238079/…
Jan
20
comment What are the best strategies for selling Android apps?
+1 but I would like to add that there are many websites you can sell apps from.
Jan
20
comment Good programming sites to improve skills?
+1: Saw this answer and instantly favorited the question.
Jan
14
comment How do you stop yourself from programming?
Related reading(not a dupe!): programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/27726/…
Jan
11
comment I love programming but never get projects started
@cdn: Haha wow that's....coincidental.
Jan
11
comment I love programming but never get projects started
+1: That 3rd paragraph is good advice no matter what profession you chose.
Jan
11
comment I love programming but never get projects started
@cdn: No I haven't. Does he say that a lot?
Jan
11
comment I love programming but never get projects started
I don't think the unanswered questions are good for a beginner. The whole reason they are unanswered is that they are on so obscure topics that few people can answer them.
Dec
31
comment How could there still not be a mysqldb module for Python 3?
@Jim: That another reason not many people need it. IMHO, most people who use Python would use Django and therefore not version 3. So no need for a v3 SQL module.
Dec
19
comment How to properly license open source software
@Stephen: How is "If you're worried about about being sued, then get a lawyer" not relevant? To be clear, I'm not saying the question is a dupe. IMHO, it's not.
Dec
19
comment What languages should I know if I'm interested in building web applications?
+1: Good answer. BTW, Google App Engine supports Python also.
Dec
19
comment How to properly license open source software
@Stephen: The accepted answer is still useful here no?
Dec
19
comment How to properly license open source software
This question contains potentially useful similar license information. (Particularly the accepted answer) programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/26761/…
Dec
15
comment Is there any way to use Python to replace Flash for in browser animation, gaming, whatever?
@Matt: I didn't think to search SO for this as this question contains no code.