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Jun
29
comment Does syntax really matter in a programming language?
Which makes me wonder, why did people have to vary syntax style to such an extent in the first place? nrecursions.blogspot.in/2014/06/another-new-syntax.html
Jun
9
comment programming on handheld devices
Agree. So laptop is the way to go...
Jun
8
comment programming on handheld devices
So is a laptop still the only mobile device which is good enough for programming? I was looking for something that's good enough. Hope there's a good device at least now in 2014
Jun
8
comment programming on handheld devices
Wow! I'm surprised (and happy) to hear about the Nokia N900. Are there any better devices now that can be used for programming?
Mar
10
accepted Using π, φ, λ etc. as variable names while programming?
Mar
10
accepted What would be the market life of a JVM based software framework?
Mar
4
comment Using π, φ, λ etc. as variable names while programming?
At first I thought you wrote "geek keyboards" :)
Mar
4
asked Using π, φ, λ etc. as variable names while programming?
Feb
4
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Jan
10
awarded  Yearling
Oct
24
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Oct
24
asked Importance of uniformity of development architecture across the team
Oct
22
comment What would be the market life of a JVM based software framework?
As of now I'm assuming Spring is one such framework that's likely to stick around for a while. Just worried about the increased popularity of Vaadin and the fact that Groovy and Scala are hot on the market right now.
Oct
21
revised What would be the market life of a JVM based software framework?
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Oct
21
comment What would be the market life of a JVM based software framework?
Thanks. I'll be going through the video shortly, but the question really isn't about which framework to choose. It's about the market life of the frameworks. Any help on that would be appreciated. Or...should one not be worried about the market life?
Oct
20
asked What would be the market life of a JVM based software framework?
Mar
11
accepted How are crossplatform/multiple-OS C++ projects planned in terms of code and tools?
Oct
14
comment What tools are available for remote communication when working from home or with a distributed team?
+1 for landline, but how do you solve a problem where the remote team is seated near a speakerphone and you can't hear them clearly when they turn their heads away from the phone suddenly while speaking to a team member next to them or when a team member is a bit far from the phone? Can't keep saying "I didn't hear you" every 30 seconds.
Oct
1
comment How are crossplatform/multiple-OS C++ projects planned in terms of code and tools?
So then if not #ifdef, does it make more sense to start a separate project in Windows and keep a separate project in Linux? More specifically, do you know how companies generally do this kind of thing? Eg: Git, Clearcase, Firefox, BuildBot, Eclipse - All these softwares have been made as a version for Windows and a version for Linux. How do they do it?
Sep
30
revised How are crossplatform/multiple-OS C++ projects planned in terms of code and tools?
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