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.NET: C#, VB, ASP.NET(WebForms, MVC5), Telerik, (Fluent)NHibernate...

Java EE: JEE, JPA, JSP, JSF...

DB: SQL Server, Oracle, MySQL...

Client: JS, jQuery, Knockout...

Linux: Debian, ArchLinux...


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comment Application with really dynamic data structure
I guess we'll need some (a lot) more details.
Jan
27
comment Im a noob in programing and i tryed to create something like a rpg game can you tell me what you think about it and tell me if i can change anything
Better suited for codereview.stackexchange.com . Maybe not in its current form, though.
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awarded  Nice Answer
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awarded  Critic
Jan
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revised Why is it a good practice to keep Javascript code in separate files?
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awarded  Explainer
Jan
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revised Why is it a good practice to keep Javascript code in separate files?
spelling :)
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21
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comment Why is it a good practice to keep Javascript code in separate files?
And I edited my answer :)
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answered Why is it a good practice to keep Javascript code in separate files?
Dec
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comment Is every language written in C?
@JörgWMittag I know, it was a joke. First C compiler wasn't, I guess :)
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