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Jun
20
awarded  Yearling
Jun
20
awarded  Yearling
Nov
28
comment When does “proper” programming no longer matter?
+1 for the quote.
Nov
11
awarded  Scholar
Nov
11
accepted The architecture and technologies to use for a secure, fast, reliable and easily scalable web application
Oct
17
revised Are long methods always bad?
typo
Aug
31
answered Should an image be able to resize itself in OOP?
Aug
31
revised What is the opposite of initialize (or init)?
Fixed grammar.
Aug
31
suggested approved edit on What is the opposite of initialize (or init)?
Aug
30
comment What is the opposite of initialize (or init)?
Destruct? (need more letters)
Aug
10
comment How can we handle multiple instances of a method through a single class instance
Methods do not have instances. In Java, that is.
Jul
25
answered Confusion regarding def function within Python
Jul
25
awarded  Commentator
Jul
23
awarded  Mortarboard
Jul
23
comment How not to forget new and interesting information
Although I do agree with your answer, I must point out, that this answer only further confirms my answer. You see, when you merely use a certain knowledge in many similar cases, you do not create any new connections in your brain. But the drills outlined in your blog post work, because they all allow the development of new connections to this knowledge and therefore increase the brains ability to use it in various different settings. +1 for specific examples on what to do, to improve.
Jul
23
awarded  Critic
Jul
23
comment How not to forget new and interesting information
I would recommend clipboard.com for this kind of job.
Jul
23
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
23
revised How not to forget new and interesting information
Improved the title and the fluency of the question a little.
Jul
23
revised How not to forget new and interesting information
Fixed an error