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bio website quamis.evonet.ro
location Romania
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Jun
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awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jan
26
comment The future of desktop application development
as a general trend, things get smaller:) I'd see the timeline like this: there were the big mainframes, operated by few users, then came desktop PC's as electronics got smaller, then came thin clients as things got even smaller and they connect to the big mainframes to get their data...
Jan
26
comment The future of desktop application development
actually photoshop might run faster on a server, as its cheaper for 1000 users to pay 10$ and subscribe to a service that offers a really powerfull server then all of them buying powerfull desktops. Web apps(Google Apps for example) are limited only by the browser's strengths and weakneases.. and Microsoft and Google have their own brosers
Jan
25
comment Being IDE dependent. How can it harm me?
@SK-logic: true, this is a pretty subjective domain... and at the end it doesn't really matter, just as you said:)
Jan
25
comment Being IDE dependent. How can it harm me?
@Niphra: yes, and i pesonally like shorter names more:) in my opinion makes the code easier to read..if the method does something that cannot be described in a short way, then yes, a longer name is acceptable, but i'm trying to keep it short basically, and i dont see anything wrong with it.
Jan
25
comment Being IDE dependent. How can it harm me?
but should't the need for "intellisense" or "form designer" be an alert for badly organised(or named) object members? I've that observed people that uses intellisense a lot tend to use longer and more verbose names for objects/functions/variables making these names harder to remember in the first place. should i understand that this is a good habit also?
Jan
25
awarded  Commentator
Jan
25
comment Being IDE dependent. How can it harm me?
would you say the same for another language?(i'm thinking PHP in my case) but i'm not sure its a good advice as a general rule. JAVA might be an exception here though
Jan
19
comment If you could ask one technical interview question, what would it be
also, using shift and AND instructions would be considered ok?
Jan
19
comment If you could ask one technical interview question, what would it be
does using assembler and using a CPU register counts as "temp variable"?
Sep
14
comment What mistakes do your users make, and how can you update your application to handle them?
yes they can be undone, but why delete it in the first place? Thats why i put that warning there, asking them to confirm twice that they want to delete it:)
Sep
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awarded  Teacher
Sep
9
answered What mistakes do your users make, and how can you update your application to handle them?
Sep
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