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Mar
4
answered How would you explain multi threading to a seven year old kid?
Feb
28
comment Is writing comments inside methods not a good practice?
+1 for self-explanatory
Feb
25
comment Is fixing bugs made by other people a good approach?
@Tiago: I appreciate your solution, but I don't think the discussion is always necessary.
Feb
25
answered Is fixing bugs made by other people a good approach?
Feb
10
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jan
31
answered Is it OK to live without knowing how the program you created works?
Jan
27
comment Why do programming books have such wacky cover art?
Maybe that's because people will remember the books longer? (kind of visual psychologic effect)
Jan
24
awarded  Commentator
Jan
24
comment The importance of javascript and the best way to learn it?
+1 for showing me the "annoying part" of javascript, specially, security part. But I don't want to see this in my project, for sure :|
Jan
24
awarded  Scholar
Jan
24
accepted The importance of javascript and the best way to learn it?
Jan
24
revised The importance of javascript and the best way to learn it?
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Jan
21
awarded  Nice Question
Jan
21
answered What techniques/methodologies do you use to organize your own open source projects, and why?
Jan
21
awarded  Student
Jan
21
asked The importance of javascript and the best way to learn it?
Jan
12
comment Ways to use your skills as a developer to give back to the community/charities
I think this is a good question. I once joined a project to create a teach-typing software for blind people when I'm in university. Personally, I think the efforts paid is far more valuable than money.
Dec
27
answered the future of commercial products
Dec
23
answered Is using a lot of free third party libraries a good thing?
Dec
22
comment How did JavaScript become popular?
The important thing is how to make it popular "enough". Then it will work itself.