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I'm a 0x21 years old software developer who happen to like writing code.


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awarded  Organizer
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accepted How to include an apache library with my opensource code?
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answered “Imprinting” as a language feature?
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asked How to include an apache library with my opensource code?
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awarded  Nice Answer
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awarded  Nice Answer
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comment Do people in non-English-speaking countries code in English?
Related: stackoverflow.com/questions/202723/…
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comment Do people in non-English-speaking countries code in English?
Yo sí que lo entendí. Otro ejemplo getNombre() o setApellidoPaterno()
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revised What is the best Java programming book out there for starters?
s/JAVA/Java
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suggested suggested edit on What is the best Java programming book out there for starters?
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revised Learning Multiple Languages Simultaneously
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answered Learning Multiple Languages Simultaneously
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answered Is it a good programming practice to not use getters and setters in trivial parts of code?
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comment What do you wish your compiler could do for you (that it currently doesn't)?
This is something I really like of the Go compiler. If you don't use a variable it forces you to remove it.
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comment Preferred lambda syntax?
Really? I didn't know that. I have seen this in Smalltalk and Javascript before, and in both, they were part of the parameters. It was until Ruby and the Groovy that I saw the form you mention. Anyway, interesting +1
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answered Preferred lambda syntax?
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comment Aren't there compilers better at telling the programmer what's wrong in a code?
Can you provide a naive sample?
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comment Delphi doesn't have Lambda Expressions and I'm a Delphi programmer, what am I missing out on?
They are not cryptic nor hard to read. No, no wait a minute, that's exactly what I thought the first time I saw one! ¬¬ You just have to get use to them. On the other hand, I had the same problem with array literals, ternary operator, switch statement and pretty much anything the first time. Once you get used to them, you find the exact opposite effect, they are clean and expressive.
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answered What do you wish language designers paid attention to?
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answered I still can't figure out how to program?