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Search and Big Data Architect at Opensource Connections.

I program in C, C++, Java, Javascript, Python, and Php.

PS The gravatar is me in a Snuggie reading the Pragmatic Programmer w/ the complimentary map light :)


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revised Lucene + Joins == RDBMS?
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Oct
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answered Lucene + Joins == RDBMS?
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Jul
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comment Why is the game industry, specifically , so harsh on programmers?
Yup every programmer wants to make video games. supply and demand.
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Jan
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comment Did C++11 address concerns passing std lib objects between dynamic/shared library boundaries? (ie dlls and so)?
@LokiAstari its a non issue when you control the build process. Its a huge issue when trying to use third party binaries built settings incompatible with what you need to build your code (and other third party libs).
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accepted Did C++11 address concerns passing std lib objects between dynamic/shared library boundaries? (ie dlls and so)?
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awarded  Nice Question
Dec
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comment C++ name mangling and linker symbol resolution
Heck with #defines modifying header-only libraries, this can be a problem with code compiled by the same compiler
Dec
30
comment Alternate string formatting options in C++?
Thanks! I actually commented on your blog a while back. Im looking forward to playing with your library. I've also got a lot of ideas based on my work around optimizing string formatting
Dec
25
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Dec
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revised Why do operating systems do low level stuff in C and C++? Why not just C++?
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Nov
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comment Why is the sudden increase in number of Git submitters on Debian popcon graph in 2010-01?
well at some point github hit an inflection point and took off. I doubt it was git by itself. I wonder if someone could correlate gits populatrity with githubs popularity?
Nov
26
accepted Is the output of Eclipse's incremental java compiler used in production? Or is it simply to support Eclipse's features?