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Tech-turtle, fond of C# and .NET but likes to venture out to forage elsewhere as well.


Feb
10
comment Switch or a Dictionary when assigning to new object
You're right. I didn't notice that in the OP, since it's such a less-useful use-case, in my experience. :)
Feb
10
comment Switch or a Dictionary when assigning to new object
Of course, otherwise it wouldn't be lazy initialization, just re-initialization every time.
Feb
2
awarded  Fanatic
Jan
29
awarded  Informed
Jan
15
answered Why can't we use unique identifier as combination of email and password?
Jan
8
awarded  Pundit
Jan
2
comment Programming Languages “Higher Level” Than Python
You are not actually talking about the same meaning of abstraction. The OP is talking about abstracting machine architecture semantics. You're talking about the OO principle.
Dec
26
reviewed Reject When to use functions vs methods?
Dec
26
answered Using the system tray / notification area app in Windows 7?
Dec
25
reviewed Approve What constitutes a dead programming language?
Dec
20
reviewed Leave Open How to implement change and new tools in a small dev team?
Dec
20
reviewed Leave Open How to swap out a DB from MySQL to SQL Server in a multiple large projects?
Dec
20
reviewed Leave Open Building proprietary software over haskell compiler
Dec
20
reviewed Close How should an iPhone app connect to a .NET service?
Dec
17
reviewed Close How can I motivate management to allow freelance work?
Dec
17
reviewed Close “Open source” proprietary software licenses?
Dec
17
awarded  Custodian
Dec
17
reviewed Leave Open Event-driven vs. 'reference'-driven programming (i.e. in JavaScript)
Dec
12
comment Why doesn't Java String have static string manipulation methods?
I would suggest replacing "Why didn't Java designers think of X" with "Why did Java designers decide against X". Give them the basic credit of not being blind to the option.
Nov
13
comment Searching integer sequences
This shold perhaps be a better fit for the ComputerScience.SE site? cs.stackexchange.com