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Programmer, fanatical about scripting languages


Nov
19
awarded  Critic
Nov
18
comment Why do so many websites prefer “git rebase” over “git merge”?
Yours is the only answer that answers the actual question being asked, but log aesthetics seems like a petty reason to prefer rebasing over merge commits.
Nov
18
comment Why do so many websites prefer “git rebase” over “git merge”?
This answers why people are afraid of merging, not why merge commits are considered bad by so many.
Nov
18
comment Why do so many websites prefer “git rebase” over “git merge”?
This answers why people are afraid of merging, not why merge commits are considered bad by so many.
Mar
24
awarded  Yearling
Feb
25
awarded  Caucus
Feb
19
answered How to convince my teammates to follow some basic rules
Sep
25
comment Learning about security and finding exploits
@gnat Asking for references to learn something is ambiguous or vague?
Sep
21
awarded  Scholar
Sep
21
accepted Learning about security and finding exploits
Sep
20
comment Learning about security and finding exploits
+1 for these resources. I've been aware for a while that I don't know as much as I should about C/C++ and assembly; I haven't thought about them much after my first year of college.
Sep
20
awarded  Student
Sep
20
asked Learning about security and finding exploits
Aug
27
comment Is javascript worth learning if you do not plan on being a web developer?
@Llistes_Sugra If you seriously hold and believe that opinion, you don't know enough about JavaScript. I'd recommend that you learn more about it and see if you want to revise this opinion; I'm almost certain that you will
Aug
8
comment Is it wise to be going back and forth between two programming languages?
@LaminSanneh Learning another language doesn't make you worse at the first one. It's not an RPG and you don't have a set number of "programming skill" points that you can assign to each language. At worst, it takes away time that you would have devoted to another language. But languages are just a way of expressing your ideas, and learning new languages gives you new, fresh perspectives and ideas that you can apply to the ones you already know. Sure, you won't know the syntax of every language off-hand, but who cares about that? It's a quick Google search away
Apr
11
awarded  Teacher
Apr
11
answered Is the phrase “never reinvent the wheel” suitable for students?
Mar
24
awarded  Supporter
Mar
24
awarded  Autobiographer