Reputation
506
Top tag
Next privilege 1,000 Rep.
See votes, expandable usercard
Badges
4 11
Newest
 Yearling
Impact
~12k people reached

  • 0 posts edited
  • 1 helpful flag
  • 52 votes cast
Nov
7
awarded  Yearling
Aug
4
awarded  Notable Question
Jul
19
comment Why all classes in .NET globally inherits from Object class?
Also note how "light" the root object is. It provides very little services. Having a global root makes it very temping to pollute.
Jan
26
comment Is Test Driven Development in Javascript helpful for front-end developers?
Great question; but probably belongs on Programmers.SE. This question will likely get migrated there.
Nov
7
awarded  Yearling
Oct
17
comment Is there any comercial application written in Visual Basic .NET?
The Mono VB.NET Compiler was written in VB.NET, interestingly. mono-project.com/VisualBasic.NET_support
Sep
25
comment How to effectively (but minimally) *simulate* a distributed computing environment?
Some VM software, like VMWare ESX allows you to simulate network latency as well. (Just something to consider).
Sep
19
comment Moving from TFS to Distributed SCM
@JonathanDickinson Danny makes a good point above - what problems are you trying to solve?
Sep
19
comment Moving from TFS to Distributed SCM
@JonathanDickinson Perhaps developers could work in dev-branches, and a "merge team" would be responsible for merging in the changes correctly? (Just throwing ideas out there).
Sep
19
revised Moving from TFS to Distributed SCM
deleted 36 characters in body
Sep
19
answered Moving from TFS to Distributed SCM
Aug
17
comment US Software Patents
Open Sourcing it won't change anything. You are still risking litigation possibilities. iusmentis.com/computerprograms/opensourcesoftware/patentrisks
Jul
13
awarded  Critic
Jul
11
awarded  Nice Answer
Jul
11
awarded  Commentator
Jul
11
awarded  Editor
Jun
24
awarded  Good Question
Feb
11
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
25
comment Hard-copy approaches to time tracking
+1 Big fan of Pomodoro Technique.
Nov
9
comment What are the advantages of obfuscating release code?
The only drawback that I've ever run into is occasionally an obfuscator (a .NET one in this case) obfuscated it to the point where the jitter couldn't even read it (illegal instructions). Massive fail.