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Python 3 developer and entrepreneur, author of Porting to Python 3.

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revised Which languages are used today for low-level programming?
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revised design pattern for unit testing?
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May
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comment Is it wise for a high level developer to spend time studying assembly?
Which has absolutely nothing to do with this question.
Mar
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awarded  Nice Answer
Jan
13
answered How to avoid “DO YOU HAZ TEH CODEZ” situations?
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May
25
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.
May
25
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???
May
25
comment What's the best Open Source code you've ever seen?
@back2dos: This is type safe.
Apr
6
answered How many programming languages do you work with on a daily basis and how do you effectively manage language specific tasks
Mar
27
comment Ideal Operating System
@Evan: No, WinFS and transparent persistence are in no way the same thing at all. Wrong again. Yes, I have heard of Chrome OS. I've never claimed that what I write above are unique ideas nobody else have before. It was a question of what the idea OS would be. From a usability perspective both Ubunty Unity and the iOS do very much of what I want, this is correct. You should stop now, because you are just making a fool out of yourself.
Mar
27
comment Ideal Operating System
@Evan: Did I say they ran in kernelspace? No I didn't. If you read what I said, I wouldn't have to be condescending. And an OS consists of more than that. Nobody would even claim that the GUI is not a part of Windows. Why do I have to repeat things already said above, maybe you could read then previous comments?
Mar
26
comment Ideal Operating System
@Evan: Oh, I just realized why you and some others think I said to get rid of the command line (which I didn't say). You are too young to realize that both Windows, OS X and Linux are text operating systems with a GUI layer on top, and that they boot into a text only mode, and then run the GUI as a sort of application. But they hide this by having a splash screen hide the boot text. Today all computers have hires graphics. The text-modes are ridiculous and pointless, but you guys probably doesn't even know they are there.
Mar
26
awarded  Nice Answer
Mar
2
answered Dynamic vs Statically typed languages for websites
Feb
15
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.