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I regularly visit Stack Exchange to help out people with their questions and help maintain the community. Located in Belgium, I am studying Computer Science at the University of Antwerp.

When I think a post can be improved I will try to do so by fixing grammatical or spelling errors, clarifying meaning without changing it, correcting minor mistakes, adding related resources or links. For the less obvious things of those I will leave a note in the edit, click on the date to see this.

I will only edit content in posts once, and let the author or other users be free to choose to rollback; when there are opposing views, we can raise this to meta to let the majority decide which revision of the post they want.

This will be done with respect of the original author and when I'm sure enough that it would only improve the post, if you need to contact me then you can e-mail me at the following address:

Or if you have enough reputation, try to send me a message with @TomWij on the Super User Chat where I am usually when I am online.

Have a nice day! :)


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revised Is a company order to switch to a certain IDE a red flag?
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awarded  Popular Question
Feb
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revised Tabs versus spaces—what is the proper indentation character for everything, in every situation, ever?
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Feb
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comment How do I efficiently store all OpenStreetMap data in an indexed way?
That makes more sense, now I only wonder what a good threshold would be. Seems tricky to implement all that, although I can start from the 582 MB database I already have instead of starting from the 80 MB compressed file. Will leave the question open to see what other ideas show up... :)
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accepted Should one write Big Oh complexity in the documentation of algorithms?
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accepted When is it right to edit the code written by a co-worker?
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accepted How should I organize programming files into directories?
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accepted Out of all the projects out there, what is a good example to learn from?
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accepted Are there more efficient ways to search for help/documentation than Google/SO/…?
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accepted What security practices should you be aware of when writing software?
Feb
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accepted How do I keep my projects from dragging on with endless tweaks and changes?
Feb
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accepted How much effort should we spend to programming for multiple cores?
Feb
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accepted What are signs that a project might turn out bad?
Feb
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accepted How can I track programming productivity on a daily basis?
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accepted What do you think of the F# language?
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accepted Have you ever written anything that made you a lot more efficient (or want to)?