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bio website kendallfrey.com
location Ontario, Canada
age 19
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seen Mar 25 at 12:07

I am primarily a C# programmer, but also use JavaScript, and some other languages in my spare time.

Website: http://kendallfrey.com

Blog: http://csharpramblings.blogspot.com


Aug
28
comment Is there any functional difference between immutable value types and immutable reference types?
This doesn't answer the question, because you can't determine where a variable is stored using code.
Aug
28
comment Is there any functional difference between immutable value types and immutable reference types?
The infamous "value types are stored on the stack". :) I prefer to say they are stored "in place".
Jun
6
awarded  Yearling
Jun
4
comment What is the pronunciation of $ / $. in jquery
@thomas We're all regulars on Stack Overflow. I think we just like to cut loose on 'subjective' questions.
Jun
4
comment What is the pronunciation of $ / $. in jquery
"Ka-ching dot each"
May
7
awarded  Critic
Jan
29
awarded  Booster
Jan
28
comment When should I make the first commit to source control?
@zladuric This has nothing to do with how often you commit.
Jan
26
awarded  Announcer
Nov
23
awarded  Notable Question
Nov
23
awarded  Good Question
Nov
22
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
22
awarded  Nice Question
Nov
22
accepted When should I make the first commit to source control?
Nov
22
asked When should I make the first commit to source control?
Nov
21
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jun
28
accepted Licensing a JavaScript library
Jun
27
comment Licensing a JavaScript library
Maybe that's what I'll do. After a read in the FAQ, it doesn't look like the GPL forbids using a URL per se, just what happens if the license is no longer available at the URL.
Jun
27
comment Licensing a JavaScript library
@Yuri: I thought of it, but if my interpretation is correct, neither GPL nor MIT allows that :( How does jQuery do it?
Jun
27
comment Licensing a JavaScript library
@Yuri: I could, but I really want to keep comment overhead to a minimum, for the sake of all the end-users' bandwidth.