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A .NET developer living in Denver.


Jan
24
revised What should I be looking for when evaluating unit testing libraries and tools?
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Jan
23
comment What should I be looking for when evaluating unit testing libraries and tools?
To see the revision history, click on the link in the "edited x hours ago" under the question.
Jan
23
comment What should I be looking for when evaluating unit testing libraries and tools?
@Sardathrion, Checking the revision history, "the linux part" was added after I posted my answer.
Jan
21
answered What should I be looking for when evaluating unit testing libraries and tools?
Jan
21
answered Is it possible to write software that doesn't need to be continually modified?
Jan
18
comment Strategy for building an application to replace a large spreadsheet
I have a friend who does this and he wrote his own custom tool for pulling the formulas out of the cells and converting them to C#.
Jan
17
answered open source flash environments
Jan
17
answered How to gauge a person's ability to write SQL queries?
Jan
14
answered Is Agile applicable in product development companies as well?
Jan
11
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
10
revised What type of interview questions should you ask for “legacy” programmers?
added info because original question was edited.
Jan
10
answered What type of interview questions should you ask for “legacy” programmers?
Jan
10
answered Best Version Control Habits For Solo Developer?
Jan
9
answered Separating a “wad of stuff” utility project into individual components with “optional” dependencies
Jan
9
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
4
revised Years experience over unfinished degree?
added some links (I hope correctly)
Jan
4
answered Years experience over unfinished degree?
Dec
30
comment I want to write a 2-player web-based board game. Which framework should I use?
This might get a better answer over at the game dev site: gamedev.stackexchange.com
Dec
28
answered Science degrees that are complementary to programming
Dec
28
comment Is there a canonical resource on R programming?
To go along with Paul's answer, I'd second the mention of The Art of R Programming and I'd also refer you to a blog by someone who teaches a course in statistical computing: cscs.umich.edu/~crshalizi/weblog