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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 Where can I download a (Windows) app made with pyQt?
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reviewed No Action Needed Passing parameters that need to be copied by value or const reference
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awarded  Deputy
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11
reviewed Reviewed How to express what do do when error occurs in a user story?
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10
reviewed Reviewed Does TCP guarantee packet transmission time?
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10
reviewed Reviewed Company decides standard language for all development, or coder can pick their own standard…so that is the standard? What is the norm?
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10
reviewed No Action Needed Is there ever a reason to use an array when lists are available?
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10
reviewed Reviewed Purchase Mobile Testing devices
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10
reviewed Reviewed Manage browsers add-ons programmatically
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10
reviewed Reviewed Code First vs. Database First
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10
reviewed Reviewed Does elemental type bound procedure exist?
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10
reviewed Reviewed Best approach to building a CLI scaffolding tool (code snippets and file/folder generation)?
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9
comment Why isn't software abstract on a grander scale?
@Rawing I do not really see the level of abstraction as a language feature. While it's true that some languages make it easier to express certain concepts (for instance, by supporting higher order functions or metaprogramming in some way), your examples look like something specific to a set of APIs rather than any language itself. It's possible to write code like this in every turing-complete language out there. Mind that it would require a lot of assumptions to be made. Perhaps more than is practical.
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reviewed Reviewed Designing a scalable schema for college database
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reviewed Reviewed Using reflection vs creating a new class
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted Hardware accelerated text processing
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9
comment Why isn't software abstract on a grander scale?
xkcd.com/568
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8
comment Hardware accelerated text processing
@whatsisname can you elaborate? Some concrete examples maybe?
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awarded  Student