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comment What default features is Windows missing that are required for programmers?
No, it doesn't assume that. Every dev needs a C/C++ compiler to compile libraries, tools and such which I also wrote in my answer, quite clearly.
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revised Which languages are used today for low-level programming?
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answered How to avoid “DO YOU HAZ TEH CODEZ” situations?
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comment What's the best Open Source code you've ever seen?
@back2dos: I repeat: This is type safe. What you are saying is "I have seen this also in a statically typed language". Yeah? So? What is your point? If you are trying to imply that static languages are better, then you are wrong.
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comment What's the best Open Source code you've ever seen?
@back2dos: So all you say is "I like this, but I want to use a static language". Well, so use a static language, then!? Or are you saying "I have seen this but importantly in a static language"? How is that important? I get the feeling all you are trying to do is to complain that's it is Python???
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comment What's the best Open Source code you've ever seen?
@back2dos: This is type safe.
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answered How many programming languages do you work with on a daily basis and how do you effectively manage language specific tasks
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answered Dynamic vs Statically typed languages for websites
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comment What languages should I know if I'm interested in building web applications?
@Job: I'm a BFG/Pyramid fan, myself. But using smaller frameworks is generally a good idea when you don't need most of the features of the big one.
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comment Representing timezone list
Yeah, CLDR uses the Olsen names, so then Continent/City would work. Of course, best if you have both, or even a map as you mentioned, but the more complex, the more time it takes. :)