191 reputation
2
bio website
location
age
visits member for 1 year, 1 month
seen May 30 '13 at 15:53

May
30
answered In API design, when to use/avoid ad hoc polymorphism?
May
30
awarded  Editor
May
30
revised Making Simple IF Statements Shorter
fixed a minor coding error
May
30
suggested suggested edit on Making Simple IF Statements Shorter
May
28
comment Simple way to deploy Winform application to website
Personal preference really, and more experience with it. from a small bit of research I found this. I glimmer of hope for you about accessing the webcam. colorfulwolf.com/blog/2011/07/05/… This seems to be pointing to a java app that allows the use of the end users web cam. How well it works has yet to be seen.
May
27
comment Property proper naming to represent string starting with number
variable names need to be descriptive. In complex applications its more important. FocalLength35mm steps on two standards I would prefer to avoid, using abbreviations is not something I suggest, and using numbers. But I deal with a lot of non-english speaking developers and abbreviations tend to cause a lot of issues. Numbers is a personal preference, that my team supports. To each there own on that call.
May
26
answered Simple way to deploy Winform application to website
May
23
comment Property proper naming to represent string starting with number
@JimmyHoffa You are right. Its strange why and how we do that. But in development we normally think in ways to group or organize code so that when we are looking at it 2 weeks from now, we know what is going on. Basically... what Dunk said :)
May
22
awarded  Teacher
May
22
comment Property proper naming to represent string starting with number
Downvotes please explain why.
May
22
answered Property proper naming to represent string starting with number