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Mar
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Mar
21
revised Tricky logic puzzles - Are they really useful in assessing programming skills?
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Mar
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awarded  Civic Duty
Mar
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comment Why Have People Started Deeming it Necessary to Separate JS hooks from CSS hooks in HTML?
+1, but I'm not convinced by your point about not using classes. I'd say performance is not really a problem, and readability either. I ended up using classes for almost everything, because I have little controll over ids. In AJAX heavy sites, ids tend to be somewhat dangerous (as they get non-unique very fast, if you aren't careful).
Feb
21
comment How to deal with a Team Lead who dislikes Extreme Programming?
+1 for "lead by example"
Feb
20
comment How do I convince my boss (and other devs) to use/consider Unobtrusive JavaScript
@V-Light: "You can ChangeYourOrganization or ChangeYourOrganization." Maybe this is interesting for you: jamesshore.com/Change-Diary
Feb
20
comment How do I convince my boss (and other devs) to use/consider Unobtrusive JavaScript
@Niphra: In addition, you can only bind a function to only one component.
Feb
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awarded  Caucus
Feb
15
comment How does if/else work internally in all programming languages?
Control Flow: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Control_flow
Feb
7
comment Reasons NOT to use JSF
Revisiting my first question here, I would like to share some experience about your pros: We are working with JSF, and with that experience we wouldn't choose it again. Barely anything works as expected and out of the box. Yes, there are powerful Libraries. But we ended up doing all our components ourselves, because they wouldn't work quite as we needed it. It's stunning how fast we had our own 'DataTable' with lazy loading while scrolling. Composite Components didn't work for us, I can't tell you why, they are buggy I guess. AJAX re-rendering is actually a pain for client side JS.
Feb
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awarded  Notable Question
Feb
5
comment Java labels. To be or not to be
I for one think your problem is the deep nesting, not a use or abuse of labels and goto
Jan
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comment Why is the UI of nowadays application getting so “plain”?
Fashion. Of course you don't have to follow that trend..
Dec
13
answered JavaScript and callback nesting
Nov
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revised What is the right HTTP method for upvoting?
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30
answered What is the right HTTP method for upvoting?
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awarded  Popular Question
Nov
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comment JavaScript objects and Crockford's The Good Parts
@Jonathan: I added some more information on the "worth" question.
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answered JavaScript objects and Crockford's The Good Parts