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Long time software engineer who rambles occasionally about coding, best practices, and other random things.


Jan
24
revised How can set different function signature to the same function pointer?
Corrected typos and grammar. Removed "thanks". Added some formatting.
Jan
24
revised How does a software developer know if the target hardware is fast enough to run the software?
Corrected typos and grammar. Remove inappropriate tags. Added testing tag.
Jan
24
reviewed No Action Needed SOA principles, encapsulation and autonomy
Jan
24
reviewed Reviewed How does a software developer know if the target hardware is fast enough to run the software?
Jan
24
suggested approved edit on How does a software developer know if the target hardware is fast enough to run the software?
Jan
24
reviewed Reviewed Using Streamwriter to write to a specific place in a text file
Jan
24
comment Using Streamwriter to write to a specific place in a text file
While your question hasn't been closed yet, you might want to read Why was my question closed - other reasons. This question is implementation specific and belongs on StackOverflow.SE. One of the moderators can move it for you.
Jan
24
reviewed Reviewed How can set different function signature to the same function pointer?
Jan
24
suggested approved edit on How can set different function signature to the same function pointer?
Jan
22
comment Do I need use really INNER JOIN?
You would need to have some column on your daily transactions that would tell you which day is associated with each service. Otherwise, all of your services will be the same....
Jan
20
reviewed Reviewed Disappearing text in GUI prompt for Python Tkinter
Jan
20
comment Disappearing text in GUI prompt for Python Tkinter
This is implementation specific and would be a better fit at StackOverflow.SE. One of the moderators can move the question so you don't get dinged for duplicate questions.
Jan
19
awarded  Yearling
Jan
15
revised How can I ensure my JavaScript code will run in both Node.js and Io.js
Added new tag
Jan
15
suggested approved edit on How can I ensure my JavaScript code will run in both Node.js and Io.js
Jan
15
comment How can I ensure my JavaScript code will run in both Node.js and Io.js
@Hey, to use a car analogy, this would be like an auto maker splitting into two companies, where one company uses wheels with a 16" diameter and the other uses a 15" diameter. Wheel cover makers would have to make their covers in multiple sizes to accommodate both manufacturers. Chovy's comment was the equivalent of saying, "Use an air hammer to tighten the lug nuts."
Jan
15
comment How can I ensure my JavaScript code will run in both Node.js and Io.js
So your answer is to use the language that the framework was written in to insure compatibility with the two frameworks? The question from the OP is asking about keeping their code compatible with both frameworks by making calls to the two different frameworks as if they are the same, not about the choice of language.
Jan
15
comment How can I ensure my JavaScript code will run in both Node.js and Io.js
Are you saying to use EcmaScript 5? If so, I think you might have missed the point of the question.
Jan
15
reviewed Reviewed How can I ensure my JavaScript code will run in both Node.js and Io.js
Jan
15
comment How can I ensure my JavaScript code will run in both Node.js and Io.js
I am not following how this answers the question from the OP: how do I make sure the code will run in both projects?