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Nov
29
comment How do you handle supporting Chrome versions?
I'm not sure what your applications use, or what they require, but the CSS rendering and DOM handling by Chrome (and Opera) is superb compared to IE (or IE may have gotten better, I'm not sure). A great deal of code that I have seen (you can look at the source code for google apps via Inspect Element... among other things) just has a few conditionals at the beginning to decide if the user is using IE or a "modern" browser. I think that most developers would probably disagree that you should be adding code to support other browsers, rather, the extra "support" elements are usually IE hacks.
Nov
29
comment How do you handle supporting Chrome versions?
@TRiG: I didn't know about BBC glow, the widgets documentation is nice and clean, and the examples are sweet! Really neat framework
Nov
24
awarded  Nice Question
Nov
24
comment What are some things you have read that inspired and guided you as a programmer?
++ for 11 links in 11 words
Nov
24
comment What are some things you have read that inspired and guided you as a programmer?
haha awesome 15
Nov
24
revised What is the most obscure sorting algorithm you know?
minus community wiki request
Nov
24
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Nov
24
revised What is the most obscure sorting algorithm you know?
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Nov
24
asked What is the most obscure sorting algorithm you know?
Nov
17
comment What are the worst false economies in software development?
I think all programmers enjoy walks, but they should really comp you for the coffee.
Nov
11
answered Egoless programming, is it possible or even desirable
Nov
10
answered Great Lunch and Learn Topics
Nov
10
comment Great Lunch and Learn Topics
@mlvljr: I tend to throw my laptop at the wall to see if it will stick when I'm done coding
Nov
10
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Nov
10
comment How many types of programming languages are there?
However, if you say that the act of using a data structure creates a new intermediate language then you could also argue a new language is born in every algorithm (all operations are necessarily done on a data structure), and with reduction, a new language is born in every line of code. I think you mean something else though but I'm not quite sure I understand yet?
Nov
10
comment How many types of programming languages are there?
Cool. I will learn LISP and be enlightened. Exciting :D
Nov
10
comment How many types of programming languages are there?
@CodexArcanum thanks I will have to check all of these out!
Nov
9
comment How many types of programming languages are there?
@CodexArcanum could you give me an example of a language where you program by composing parallel processes together? This sounds fascinating.
Nov
9
comment How many types of programming languages are there?
This is exactly what I was looking for. Thank you very much.
Nov
9
comment How many types of programming languages are there?
Thank you for a great list, it was a hard decision.