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answered Learning how to integrate JavaScript with other languages
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comment Random number generation algorithm for human brains?
79, 79, 79, 79, 79, 79, 79, 79, 79, 79, oh noes! I assume you're supposed to stay <= 60, which works out well because you can use the clock for a seed if you don't have one.
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answered What are some things you have read that inspired and guided you as a programmer?
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comment What's the worst question you were ever asked at interview?
@Fishtoaster another common answer is "So that it doesn't matter which way you put it back on."
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comment Which language features are considered harmful?
Good point... even if 95% of gotos are bad, the feature itself is still worth having for the other 5%
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comment Why do programmers write closed source applications and then make them free?
@SamB I know that's rhetorical but you can actually download FB's engine: github.com/facebook/platform
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answered What are some good programming cheat sheets?
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accepted Why shouldn't a new software product try to compete on price?
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answered Why do programmers write closed source applications and then make them free?
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comment What's your favorite interview question?
was that before StackOverflow existed?