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Dec
11
comment questions about ip fragmentation and tcp segmentation
You are mixing 2 layers in your question. IP belongs to layer 3 and has no clue what's in the higher layers. TCP is in layer 4, and he gets it as is. Is your app for only tcp? Then focus only on tcp forget about IP
Oct
21
awarded  Scholar
Oct
21
accepted Is there any design pattern to remove elements from a hash map?
Mar
6
awarded  Revival
Oct
24
comment What should I do if I have a genius team lead which does not share?
a piece of advice, as a developer you need to develop thick skin. Put aside your ego and try to don't read the look (not easy) and get the information that matters. If you survive/succeed in that environment, you can be sure sky is the limit. And don't forget to play in your favor!
Oct
22
comment Permissions and MVC
if you are using django, I'm not certain as I have basic knowledge of the framework, but I think you can extend a template, maybe you can extend the template depending which permissions, then you have different templates for different users called, and avoid bugs?
Oct
11
comment How can I make sure that I'm actually learning how to program rather than simply learning the details of a language?
Your comment is the first one I read about models and patterns! I'm 100% with your comment, one thing is to get a language and start making a program. Another one is to think thru the problem and find the appropriate tools to solve it, then you start looking for a language and start programing.
Sep
24
comment Writing my problem solving approach on paper?
@ComicStix I also need to write things down on paper to be more efficient, otherwise I spend too much time refactoring. Another thing, it's better to consider forums as a conversation in a bar. It can solve problems, or get you on the right track but still a personal opinion of someone :)
Aug
21
comment Refactoring c++
Have a look at netbeans, it has a nice refactoring and also support programming in c++. It also supports cmake but I dunno if it can create projects. If you have some time just try and see by yourself. Btw, I think you forget the efficiency that those IDEs give you, not having to look for each file and spending time renaming free you up to code more.
Jul
3
answered What to do when I just don't know what's wrong?
Jul
3
comment How to familiarize myself with Python
thanks @AseemBansal I already bookmarked, you have quite some links there already.
Jul
2
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Jul
2
comment How to familiarize myself with Python
+1 for the link to MIT course :)
May
15
comment What aspects should I be wary of when choosing a web development framework?
your 3 first points helped me to decide for django, I don't know about bug fixing yet... for the record, the data modeling when you work with databases is a big plus too.
May
2
comment Is there any design pattern to remove elements from a hash map?
@Blrfl You're right, and I use often the Iterators in Java, but in this case I'm looking a general solution based on pseudo code. I'm not concern about what each programming language does, that would lead to another topic (in my opinion)
May
2
comment Is there any design pattern to remove elements from a hash map?
Nice answer, about the 1st point, I implemented the stop that simply get while value to false and nicely stop by itself. The second part, I didn't think about it, I'll investigate further.
May
2
comment Is there any design pattern to remove elements from a hash map?
I'm using this method, I'm just looking for the correct way to remove elements from an array that contains threads. And as I see from Neil's answer I start to see what's the problem. Before I didn't have to remove them, they were running for the time the app was up. Now I need to remove previous ones being sure they are stopped.
May
2
asked Is there any design pattern to remove elements from a hash map?
Apr
9
answered Command line tools vs IDE (Eclipse )
Mar
7
answered How do I prove to management that our programmers could work more productively?