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location Sydney, Australia
age 27
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seen Jul 16 at 5:37
  • Bachelor of Science (Adv Maths) with Honors in Computer Science from USYD
  • Programming C/C++/Java/Python/Objective C/C#/Javascript/PHP

Sep
11
asked What are the key points of Code Complete?
Sep
11
asked What do you think about the Joel Test?
Sep
11
answered How many monitors do you use? Why? How they are used?
Sep
10
comment How useful are infix operators in a programming language?
Overloading normal operators handles most cases of this
Sep
10
revised How useful are infix operators in a programming language?
deleted 2 characters in body; edited title
Sep
10
asked How useful are infix operators in a programming language?
Sep
10
answered Are there more efficient ways to search for help/documentation than Google/SO/…?
Sep
9
comment Should one write Big Oh complexity in the documentation of algorithms?
I don't like this answer either. It should be always documented, even if you haven't tested it
Sep
9
comment If one is to learn a new programming language each year, what should the list be?
You will learn a lot going from Java to C#, but not so much going the other way round
Sep
8
comment Getting non-programmers to understand the development process
Very good point about Microsoft
Sep
8
answered Technique to Solve Hard Programming logic
Sep
8
awarded  Beta
Sep
8
comment What should I do to scale out a high-traffic website?
Look at: highscalability.com
Sep
7
comment Most useful features of VIM that aren't standard in a IDE
@Brian: Surely they didn't emulate all of the advanced features?
Sep
7
asked Most useful features of VIM that aren't standard in a IDE
Sep
7
comment Do you prefer conciseness or readability in your code?
Learning the null coalescing operator will take more than a second - but if you don't know it, then you should learn it!
Sep
6
comment Have objects delivered in terms of code reuse?
Various articles. And from personal experience, making an object reusable isn't very easy at all
Sep
6
comment Have objects delivered in terms of code reuse?
Code reuse is definitely something to aim for, when you can avoid sacrificing code quality
Sep
6
answered When can you call yourself good at language X?
Sep
6
comment Programming as a conversation
Good points. This is most certainly, not an easy task