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Former member of C# team at Microsoft. Now a stay-at-home dad and DIY homesteader.


Aug
24
awarded  Good Question
Aug
20
awarded  Populist
Sep
20
answered Correct comment to put for boolean function arguments that are “false”?
Sep
9
awarded  Yearling
Jun
19
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
8
comment How is Pash licensed?
Thanks for the advice, it made a big difference. Making steady progress, if you're interested: github.com/Pash-Project/Pash
Apr
8
accepted How is Pash licensed?
Feb
25
awarded  Caucus
Jan
26
answered How do we make unit tests run fast?
Jan
2
accepted When forking an dual-licensed permissive/GPL project, can I drop one of the licenses?
Jan
2
asked When forking an dual-licensed permissive/GPL project, can I drop one of the licenses?
Dec
31
comment How to document a dual open source license?
"Average Windows User" is not a concern here: these files are for programmers who are considering making use of this source code. Also, it's common practice to name the file "LICENSE" or "COPYING", and so beyond the scope of this question.
Dec
30
comment How to document a dual open source license?
The specific project I have in mind is Pash, which was released without a LICENSE file or a header comment in the source file. See also programmers.stackexchange.com/questions/178637/…
Dec
30
asked How to document a dual open source license?
Dec
7
asked How is Pash licensed?
Sep
9
awarded  Yearling
Aug
10
comment Why is the use of abstractions (such as LINQ) so taboo?
If you understand LINQ but your interviewers don't, you're better than they are. Set your sights higher.
May
10
awarded  Scholar
May
10
accepted What is “swarming”?
May
9
comment What is “swarming”?
This seems quite different from the other answer. You're saying "when there's an unusual, urgent need, get everyone on it". @Oleksi said "when planning a development cycle, better to put everyone on one task at a time than to have each person working on a separate task in parallel." Either definition is plausible, and both are useful practices, but his has 4x the votes, so I'm assuming his answer reflects the most widely-accepted definition.