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Developer in scientific fields.

  • My world is vertical market shrinkwrap. Do you know your world?
  • VB6, VB.NET, C, Fortran, Perl, PHP...
  • User interfaces, graphics, data manipulation, numerical models.
  • Database stuff with Access/MySQL/SQL Server.
  • Physics degree, little formal training in development

In my young days I used to write things like compilers and chess programs for fun - but that was last millenium :)


Nov
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answered How does the new google maps make buildings and cityscapes 3D?
Oct
23
answered How Microsoft Market DotNet?
Sep
10
answered Business Equity for Code. Is it advisable to enter into such agreements?
Aug
21
answered Does an Open Source license exist that allows me to retain rights to revoke usage of software/source at any time, for any reason, and without warning?
Aug
19
answered Can I use a dual license in my commercial Website
Jun
17
answered Is using subprocedures to logically separate my code a bad idea for structured programming?
Jun
14
answered Is 25% to me as sole author a good deal?
May
6
answered Modify then sell another person's code
Dec
17
answered Does UX matter for enterprise software?
Oct
23
answered Isn't class scope purely for organization?
Aug
22
answered How to explain that sample size does not influence project length
Aug
21
answered Confused on selling GPL. How is it consistent with this section?
Aug
9
answered Is there a programming language where 1/6 behaves the same as 1.0/6.0?
Aug
7
answered Can I distribute software that's using Microsoft's Visual Basic 2010 Express Edition?
Jul
19
answered Indentation: is there any evidence to show whether 2 or 4 spaces is more readable?
Jul
4
answered Which algorithms/data structures should I “recognize” and know by name?
May
2
answered How does agile work when replacing a working system?
Feb
29
answered Should developers be expected to compile an internal library before the actual program?
Feb
28
answered If competition is using 'lingua obscura' for development (why) should I be worried?
Dec
29
answered Why do programming language (open) standards cost money?