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Feb
20
comment Is array dependence on previous terms considered recursive?
It's recursive with memoization, I think.
Feb
19
comment “All software has an expiration date by which time it must be rewritten from scratch.”
It feels like I've heard this quote apply to the American Constitution before.
Feb
15
comment Code ownership with multiple Scrum teams
"either the shared component belongs to product A" or...?
Dec
12
comment How does customized executable generation work?
That's not too far off from my intended use case, actually. Written in C++, though, not C.
Dec
11
comment Do I have to include the Copyright notice from the original author?
Now, standard IA!aL disclaimers apply, yada yada.
Dec
2
comment Worst coding standard you've ever had to follow?
That looks like a serial number, if you ask me.
Nov
17
comment Good design for a recreation of pokemon
I'm not sure why you think coupling is such a large concern here. Can you explain what's being coupled that making 151 subclasses deals with?
Nov
17
comment Good design for a recreation of pokemon
Oh, okay. It's a valid concern in any case, for things like moves as well.
Nov
17
comment Good design for a recreation of pokemon
Abilities didn't come around until Pokémon Ruby/Sapphire, so they're out of the equation.
Mar
14
comment When did the standard for packaging Linux source code become .tar.gz?
Also, sorry for edit-bumping, guys.
Mar
14
comment When did the standard for packaging Linux source code become .tar.gz?
.tar.gz and .tgz are the same thing, just different file extensions.
Mar
11
comment Is commented out code really always bad?
if (0) <- I actually do that sometimes myself, and can never tell why.
Mar
8
comment How to create p2p enviroment in single laptop?
Use lots of virtual hosts that interact with each other.
Mar
8
comment Convert letters to numbers
@Javier: Not quite. There is no "zero" letter, so it would be like 1111 following 999 instead of 1000.
Mar
2
comment Technology for C#, Windows, 2D game development?
"dangerously simple" How so?
Mar
1
comment What's the standard practice to prevent users from having unreasonable expectations?
"Legalese is totally unimportant in developing good customer relations." Not only is it unimportant, it can be detrimental depending on the way you present it.
Mar
1
comment What's a nice explanation for pointers?
I don't know when I started becoming familiar with pointers myself. It just... happened.
Mar
1
comment What's the standard practice to prevent users from having unreasonable expectations?
"As a side, most users do not adequately read the ToS but stating it when they have a problem is not perceived as a positive experience." +1 for this part. You can be a legal snob, but don't expect it to be good for business.
Mar
1
comment What's the standard practice to prevent users from having unreasonable expectations?
They are legally protected, but they are not protected from people voting with their feet.
Feb
28
comment Do people who get paid to write code but score low on the “programmer competency matrix” have an ethical duty to find a different kind of job?
I misinterpreted the word "arse" there for a moment.