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Mar
19
awarded  Yearling
Dec
9
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
9
awarded  Notable Question
May
23
revised Should I write compact code or code with lots of spaces?
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May
23
answered Should I write compact code or code with lots of spaces?
Mar
19
awarded  Yearling
Feb
26
comment Is it possible to half-way synchronize javascript functions that include async calls?
Thanks. I'll try this.
Feb
26
comment Is it possible to half-way synchronize javascript functions that include async calls?
Yeah that will be my next step. I hope that there won't be too much synchronization issues, because I will be firing asynchronous calls withing a for loop. (Wish me luck :) )
Feb
26
comment Is it possible to half-way synchronize javascript functions that include async calls?
Thanks, you are right about the readability. And right know my code is an ugly mixture of inline and outside functions. I hate it.
Feb
26
comment Is it possible to half-way synchronize javascript functions that include async calls?
OK, I can understand that. Thanks.
Feb
26
comment Is it possible to half-way synchronize javascript functions that include async calls?
Why the close vote? Please leave a comment and explain...
Feb
26
asked Is it possible to half-way synchronize javascript functions that include async calls?
Feb
20
awarded  Caucus
Dec
30
answered Are there any programming languages that follow a minimalist development approach?
Dec
30
awarded  Quorum
Dec
29
revised Why aren't user-defined operators more common?
improved formatting
Dec
29
suggested suggested edit on Why aren't user-defined operators more common?
Dec
20
answered Freelancing - Share the source code?
Dec
17
accepted How to choose a development method?
Nov
27
comment How to choose a development method?
No, I'm studying this in a university course, and just had a debate with my instructor, and I didn't like her answer. I'll be happy if you revisit the answer later. Thanks any way :) +1