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bio website glasnt.com
location Sydney, Australia
age 26
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Mar
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comment Which things instantly ring alarm bells when looking at code?
Worse again, a for user_age? Really?
Mar
24
revised From Programmer to System Admin?
format for clarity
Mar
23
suggested suggested edit on From Programmer to System Admin?
Mar
22
comment Is “funny commenting” a bad practice or not?
+1 clever, as long as it does no harm. Putting stop() //hammertime at every instance of stop isn't funny.
Mar
20
comment What programming languages should every computer science student be taught?
Assembly and Prolog are brilliant for teaching programmers - they emphasis the fact that Java/C++/C# isn't the 'worst thing ever' :p (Just kidding, I loved these languages. So much fun)
Mar
16
revised Senior software developer
grammar only
Mar
16
suggested suggested edit on Senior software developer
Mar
11
answered What's the best way to recruit talented female developers?
Mar
7
comment “Half of everything you know will be obsolete in 18-24 months” = ( True, or False? )
Statement = (True or False) Yes.
Mar
3
comment I don't really understand “Backend/Serverside” when it comes to web-development?
You didn't use freehand circles. :(
Feb
23
comment Is Prolog professionally useful?
Prolog (and poplog) are very good for AI coding. If you're not doing AI related things professionally/seriously, you may not use it at all. Like how a non-engineer may never use MATLAB seriously.
Feb
18
comment Teamwork 101 for the solo newbie
You're incorporating it after checking that their code works right? You have checks in place do you're making sure that you're not making everything break if you incorporate it?
Feb
18
answered Teamwork 101 for the solo newbie
Feb
17
comment Professionalism of online username / handle
I rebranded 7 years ago, now I'm this alias everywhere. Looking back at my old aliases, there's not a lot left. Good old bit-rot :)