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bio website liquidfyre.com
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I enjoy writing games to improve my coding skills. I also make Facebook games as a hobby.

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awarded  Notable Question
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revised Are they asking too much of me?
trimmed some fat from the backstory
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comment In languages that don't allow underscores in integer constants, is it a good practice to create a constant for 1 billion?
"An American or European billion?" - "What? I don't know that! Ahhhhh!!!!"
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revised Is it bad practice to run Node.js and apache in parallel?
edited body
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answered Is it bad practice to run Node.js and apache in parallel?
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answered How is it possible to write the compiler of a programming language with that language itself
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comment Working with Git on multiple machines
@user827992 I am fully 100% aware of that fact. I don't think I suggested anything about centralizing. The only thing I was referring to is if you are using a fileshare, one machine is the host, in the sense that it's physically storing the files. That's a concept wholly apart from dvcs.
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asked Working with Git on multiple machines
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awarded  Nice Question
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asked dvcs - is “clone to branch” a common workflow?
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comment Handling “related” work within a single agile work item
Ok, so even if something seems unrelated because it's just technical stuff, it's not a separate item, specifically because it's not a separate feature in the eyes of the user. It's just paying off technical debt.
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asked Handling “related” work within a single agile work item