Reputation
15,518
Top tag
Next privilege 20,000 Rep.
Access 'trusted user' tools
Badges
5 29 73
Newest
 Nice Answer
Impact
~709k people reached

Jan
27
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
20
revised Pros/cons between emphasizing client-side or server-side processing
added 27 characters in body
Jan
20
awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
20
revised Pros/cons between emphasizing client-side or server-side processing
added 139 characters in body
Jan
19
revised How to convince my boss that quality is a good thing to have in code?
added 347 characters in body
Jan
15
revised Standardized Data Structure Interface
added 520 characters in body
Jan
13
revised Merits of a “Message Passing” system vs. an “Event Based” system
added 2 characters in body
Jan
8
revised How can I model this scenario in a graph database?
added 96 characters in body
Jan
8
awarded  Revival
Dec
27
revised If I need to use a piece of memory throughout the lifespan of my program, is it really necessary to free it right before program termination?
edited body; edited tags
Dec
21
comment Why did Google develop a cross-compiler from Java to JavaScript?
@JimboJonny - your "argument" is full of logical fallacies. Anecdotal; X is bad because of one example of someone misusing it? Compositional; Java is better because of one small part so the entire language is better? Wow, you told me, not.
Nov
30
comment My father is a doctor. He is insisting on writing a database to store non-critical patient information, with no programming background
having worked in the medical field, doctors can suffer from dunning krueger effect even moreso than other careers, they know it all ...
Nov
28
awarded  Notable Question
Nov
15
revised How does having too many instance variables lead to duplicate code?
added 333 characters in body
Nov
14
comment Why do Android programmers use Hungarian notation?
Java already has a way to specify the difference between instance scope and local scope it is called this. there is no need for the m prefix tautology. Outside of dynamically type languages like JavaScript or Python ( which does not use it ) these silly archaic prefixes are tautologies.
Nov
14
comment Designing a programming language, seeking simple and logical parameter behavior
This question reads more like a ranty blog post than an actual question that has an answer, even if opinionated. On top of that you are using terms incorrectly, conflating terms and ideas that are opposite each other and lots of other things that make given any answer next to impossible without explaining all the things you are getting wrong.
Nov
14
answered How does having too many instance variables lead to duplicate code?
Nov
14
comment How to structure a chain of method calls
the functions that do not take arguments and do not return anything are the root cause of the code smell and a major design flaw
Nov
14
comment How to structure a chain of method calls
functions that do not take any arguments and do not return anything is your real code smell!
Nov
12
comment When should I prefix names with the project name?
tautology: needless repetition of an idea, especially in words other than those of the immediate context, without imparting additional force or clearness, as in “widow woman.”.