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Nov
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reviewed Reject What did people do before templates in C++?
Nov
9
comment Is it imaginable to teach a machine how to program itself to a defined specification?
Define programming. I could build a program that would makes other programs. But would it really learn?
Nov
7
answered Cloning existing software for commercial purposes - legal implications
Nov
4
reviewed Reject Difference between Software Engineering and IT?
Nov
4
reviewed Approve My first SOLID re-factoring
Nov
3
reviewed Approve Should a getter throw an exception if its object has invalid state?
Nov
3
reviewed Approve How Much Logic in Getters
Oct
29
answered How would you go about compressing a list of integers that are non unique and retain the original order?
Oct
24
reviewed Approve Code that converts a value into a different representation, then converts it back to where it started is bad, but how?
Oct
24
reviewed Approve Ship of Theseus applied to GPL - Can I relicense my program if I replace all of the derivative parts?
Oct
23
comment Code that converts a value into a different representation, then converts it back to where it started is bad, but how?
@CodesInChaos yup, that's why I want my code to be locale agnostic and only when showing output to a screen will I apply it. But I think that's another discussion because you could write books on that subject.
Oct
23
comment Code that converts a value into a different representation, then converts it back to where it started is bad, but how?
@DanielRHicks so let's convert that simple date(10 november 2014) to a string, ->10-11-2014 and back to a date ->(11 oktober 2014) hey wait what?
Oct
23
reviewed Approve How Best Can I Use Git When My Employer Uses VSS?
Oct
23
reviewed Approve How to store a potentially large amount of optional properties of objects?
Oct
22
awarded  Nice Answer
Oct
22
comment Why are floating point numbers used often in Science/Engineering?
@slebetman Besides that it has nothing to do with my point in my post, if math is a science or not I can't help to drop a quote : Nature is innately mathematical, and she speaks to us in mathematics. We only have to listen. Because nature is mathematical, any science that intends to describe nature is completely dependent on mathematics. It is impossible to overemphasize this point, and it is why Carl Friedrich Gauss called mathematics "the queen of the sciences."
Oct
22
reviewed Approve Ship of Theseus applied to GPL - Can I relicense my program if I replace all of the derivative parts?
Oct
22
comment Why are floating point numbers used often in Science/Engineering?
@leftaroundabout what do you mean math (as in mathematics) isn't science? In my book it is.
Oct
21
answered Why are floating point numbers used often in Science/Engineering?
Oct
21
reviewed Reject Project directory structure