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comment How do you stay motivated for hobby projects?
@Jalayn No, it's cool. I expanded it as I realized it was a poor answer anyway.
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revised How do you stay motivated for hobby projects?
expanded answer.
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comment How do you stay motivated for hobby projects?
@Jalayn really? This is almost 2 years old and there are many, many better answers above it.
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comment What counts as reinventing the wheel?
@Jeff O, management might have thought it was a solution. I've worked with lots of bad VB6 code that truly needed a rewrite.
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comment Differences between messages and methods?
@Vidar, the question is not subjective. You're looking for a textbook definition. Programmers is more for opinions, experience, and subjective questions.
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comment What happened to Alan Cooper's Unified File Model?
@Alex, wait, so using the clipboard (temporary) intermediary is acceptable but using a common file system (permanent) is not?
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comment What happened to Alan Cooper's Unified File Model?
@Alex, except that you cannot share information between applications. A save game file can't be opened by a text editor on the iOS, because that other app doesn't have access to the sandbox.
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comment Should I point out spelling/grammar related mistakes in someone's code?
@John Bode, you couldn't find&replace that one word? Ouch.
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answered How to persuade programmers to follow the basic rules
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comment Should I point out spelling/grammar related mistakes in someone's code?
@Jase, you spelled "it's" wrong. Twice. Considering the question was about grammar, you might have wanted to check that.
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comment Should I point out spelling/grammar related mistakes in someone's code?
But that's exactly the point!! userHasPermission() implies that it returns a bool because of the grammar ~ OR ~ it could mean that it sets user permission. (Officer has the bridge :: user has permission). It's still vague.