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awarded  Nice Answer
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answered Alternatives to Professional Version Control
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answered Migration strategies for deprecating in-house scripting language
Nov
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answered Building a complete program?
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awarded  Yearling
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comment For what types of applications is Python a bad choice?
This might not be 100% on topic of the question but still a valid point. Tooling support especially refactoring for dynamically typed languages is lacking compared to languages like Java or C#. Just renaming stuff can be an exhaustive exercise in large Python projects.
Nov
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answered At which point is a continuous integration server interesting?
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10
comment Why are people so strongly opposed to #region tags in methods?
@jjoelson please don't get us started on how bad global fields are. Saying something is not useful because you have a "workaround" to screw it up anyway is just silly. Just keep you methods short and variables scoped.
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answered Do real-world algorithms that greatly outperform in the class below exist?
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answered what is “graceful degradation”?
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answered Should I include a selfdestruct-method to my applications?
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awarded  Supporter
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awarded  Teacher
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answered Google App Engine — should we use it?
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted What are use cases and advantages of pointers?
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comment What are use cases and advantages of pointers?
I accept this answer because it describes best the difference I couldn't grasp between pointers in C/C++ and Reference in Java.
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awarded  Student
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asked What are use cases and advantages of pointers?