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Apr
7
reviewed No Action Needed When is it NOT good to use actors in akka/erlang?
Apr
7
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Apr
7
comment When to mark a function as virtual?
or, use a #define VITRUAL, whcih expands to eithe virtual or nothing, deponing on #ifdef TESTING
Apr
5
comment Reducing code complexity for an interface between angular and d3
Personally, I might also cross-post on softwarerecs.stackexchange.com asking for an AngularJs wrapper for D3. And you should certainly search there for D3JS, as there are a few question which should be of help.
Apr
4
revised Is there any reason to use id= or name= on AngularJS directives?
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Apr
4
comment Is there any reason to use id= or name= on AngularJS directives?
Can you elaborate on that? Feel free to post an answer.
Apr
4
revised Is there any reason to use id= or name= on AngularJS directives?
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Apr
4
comment Reducing code complexity for an interface between angular and d3
I thought that there were Angular wrappers for D3. Did you look into any? I hope that you get some good answers here, as I am just about to start using D3 with Angular, for the first time, in a day or two.
Apr
4
asked Is there any reason to use id= or name= on AngularJS directives?
Apr
2
awarded  Notable Question
Apr
1
comment What software can be used to create architecture diagrams?
Just in case anyone doesn't know - in the five years since this question was first asked, we now have a new site where such questions are better suited - softwarerecs.stackexchange.com
Mar
30
comment Is an employee's use of his/her company's product outside of work considered dogfooding?
The point about eating dog food is that, if you have to eat it, you are highly motivated to make it the tastiest dog food ever!
Mar
30
comment What does XXX mean in a comment?
I use qaz personally. Easy to type and in 40 years of coding it has never occurred naturally in my code, so I can easily search for it. Rather than FixMe: or ToDo: I use it for quick experimental hacks which I can then easily reverse if they don't work out. But my qaz would never be committed to source control, whereas FixMe: or ToDo: or XXX could be.
Mar
30
comment Do you need to pay $100 a month for a Server when building a website?
Personally, I always develop on localhost on my laptop anyway, for about 90% of the development process, before paying for a server. In my case, it's a bonus, in case I am somewhere with no internet access (yes, they exist ;-)
Mar
30
comment Do you need to pay $100 a month for a Server when building a website?
You are going to do that anyway, unless you host your own site. What's the difference between doing it doing development and when the site goes live? Just Google around for a reputable host. If you are still worried, minimize or obfuscate your code before uploading and lock down your databases (if you are truly paranoid, encrypt all data that you store in a database).
Mar
29
answered RESTful API. Should I be returning the object that was created / updated?
Mar
29
comment Are bargaining and beat down attempts on Scrum estimations legitimate parts of the process?
There is nothing scrum specific here. The same thing is, alas, also done by projects managers on waterfall projects.
Mar
23
comment How to generate C++ code? (probably WITH (not FROM) Python)
For simple grammars, I use Python, as you do. For more complex grammars, you could use Lex/Yacc or Flex/Bison, but I personally recommend antlr3.org especially with its visual workbench where you can step through your grammars and debug them visually,. A fantastic help. Of course, it generates C++ code, and it is free.
Feb
17
comment Port GUI program from VxWorks to Windows
@BasileStarynkevitch You gave him a whole hour to improve it before voting to close?? It's 9pm in Taiwan; maybe he won't check back until tomorrow. Also, he's a new guy; couldn't you give some advice as to how to improve the question? Or at least point him at How to Ask?
Feb
15
comment For what types of applications is Python a bad choice?
Pascal used to be the teaching language of choice when I was at university. Then a few decades flew past and now it seems to her Java. I code several languages professionally (half a dozen or so), but still code Delphi for fun.