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I have been a member of Stack Overflow for nearly three years at the time of writing. A few months ago I decided that I should start treating “Stack Overflow” with more respect. I set out on a goal to try to answer at least one question a day. I admit that there were times where I would abuse the site for its great user-provided content. The common scenario would be something similar to the following:
- I would be faced with a programming challenge or technical issue
- I would Google search the issue
- I’d end up on one of several possible solutions posted on Stack Overflow
- Finally, I would take the answer I needed and be on my way
Does this sound familiar? Continue reading “Stack Overflow – First Gold Badge”
Whenever you hear the word “foundation”, what usually comes to mind? I always immediately think that someone’s going to ask for donations – ironically enough Microsoft is, but in a good way! Continue reading “Microsoft’s “One standard library”, .NET Foundation”