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Java developer working primarily on the Adobe CQ/AEM platform, also coding in JavaScript and Groovy on a regular basis. Enthusiast of Resource Oriented Architectures and Ruby. Setting my first steps in Scala.


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reviewed Reviewed Should I accept empty collections in my methods that iterate over them?
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reviewed Reviewed Second AJAX call unloading result of the first
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reviewed Reviewed Information extraction script
Nov
24
reviewed No Action Needed Who writes the technical 'user stories' in scrum
Nov
24
reviewed No Action Needed Merge sort versus quick sort performance
Nov
23
awarded  Excavator
Nov
23
comment Java 8 vs Scala? Which one to learn?
Learn both and take a look at Clojure and Groovy as well, even if it's just to play with them for a short while. IMO, it's really an eye-opener to see what capabilities other JVM languages have and how the JVM has evolved to better support them over the last several years.
Nov
23
revised I don't know C. And why should I learn it?
fixed a couple of typos
Nov
23
comment Did Java avoid multiple inheritance here?
@raptortech97 this isn't true. Every such definition in an interface is just implicitly public static final. The value of item cannot be changed and it can be accessed like this: SuperType2.item. I wouldn't overuse it though and the naming conventions are off. Without the ambiguity, s.item would also work but this is not the right way to access this constant and most code analysis tools will consider it a violation. The code does not compile because of the assignment of a double 2.0 to a float (loss of precision) and the ambiguous use of s.item.
Nov
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reviewed No Action Needed Python: Object initialised inside a Class?
Nov
22
awarded  Custodian
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22
reviewed Reviewed Which Way Is Suitable to Implement Set collection In Scala
Nov
22
comment Which Way Is Suitable to Implement Set collection In Scala
What is your scenario? Worst case how? Do you mean to implement your own Set or is the question about using one of the implementations mentioned?
Nov
22
reviewed No Action Needed What is the best way to present a portfolio of practice/training security research?
Nov
22
reviewed Reviewed What does 'Nightly Builds' mean?
Nov
22
reviewed Reviewed Dismissing the viability of implementing Microsoft Silverlight-based applications - a premature decision being made too early?
Nov
19
reviewed Reviewed How would I go about editing memory in a Process via C++ DLL Injection?
Nov
19
comment Creating entities with validated Addresses via REST API
You have to validate the data in the course of the same request that actually creates a resource. There's no other way. In case of a GET request, it's fine to pass some arguments that are used to find and retrieve the data. This data can be returned and displayed to a user. After the user makes a choice, the data has to be sent in a POST request and validated. At this point, you can create something in the database or display some kind of an error message. An additional validation call could be used before that but only as a means of improving the user experience.
Nov
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